Hotel Hacienda Sueno Azul
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... it comes to coffee and
climates (and maybe other things, too). Every half hour or so we passed a new
coffee plantation that grew different coffee because of the different weather
and altitude and other things you’d never think of while you were drinking a
cup of coffee purchased from the supermarket or Starbucks of Dunkin’ Donuts.
But now I do.
Then something amazing happened. We stopped at a roadside café to
taste the locally grown ...
... lab where we had time to have discussion with the children with help of guide translating. We are told a previous OAT traveler provided the computers and OAT the tables and chairs with the provision that the school would maintain the air-conditioning for the lab. This is one of our best experiences for a school visit because the students ask us questions and we can also ask them questions. We learn that the students understand English ...
... large trailers and taken to a block that has been prepared for planting. They are planted in rows with even spacing between the plants to allow room for growth. All planting is done by hand. The soil is pretty soft so the actual process of planting a seed is very easy but bending over doing hundreds is back breaking work!! The plants then grow for around 7 months before 'forcing'. This is when a chemical product is applied that breaks down to ...
... 160;It was a great experience, and we both learned a lot in the two hour tour, and also talking to Becky after about her research plans, methods and challenges. We left the sanctuary at lunchtime and caught the bus to our next stop, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. It is a busier place than Cahuita, but still with the slow Caribbean vibe. We had booked a hotel just east of the main town and after lunch, we checked in and took a walk down to Playa Cocles, the surf beach! Sean checked ...
... Some,I know,would be shocked by the idea of two sixty four year old guys re-embarking on the travels of their youth.So far though we have stayed in lovely places,clean and comfortable.It seems the young backpackers of today require a minimum of comfort that we were not so fussy about back in the 1970s. We left Heathrow at 6pm on a flight to San Jose,Costa Rica via Toronto where we were due a stopover of 12 hours which we didn't consider too arduous because we'd ...
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