Hotel Mirador Pico Blanco
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... Tours where we meet our group travelling on the same itinerary. The group was varied -- there's 39 of us, mostly people from US and 2 from Canada (we from Toronto and a Mother-Daughter from Ottawa).
... like a giant clothes drier. After drying, the beans with their husks are called "golden beans." If the beans are intended for export, to be roasted somewhere else, they will leave the husk on to keep the beans fresh for up to six months. If they will be roasted here at the mill, the husks will be removed, leaving what we call "green coffee beans."
Once the ...
So I guess I have just been terrible at this whole keeping up my blog thing while in Costa Rica! Well I am back with some updates of what has been going on over the last couple weeks. It really is crazy how fast the spring has been flying by.
Over the past couple weekends I have been trying to soak up as much of Costa Rica as I can since my weekends that I have left here are limited. I have been making some trips to the beach to soak up ...
... ensured that we only work early day time safe hours and the bus drops us right at the door of our project. I should say at no stage have I ever felt uneasy and in fact I'm happier to be in an area which genuinely seems to need volunteers (which can at times be unclear for other volunteers).
My job there is to help run the daycare service they offer for $1/month with an unbelievable woman named Teresa ...
... up like the US. It's a pretty good deal! In the US I would usually never spend a day shopping and eating alone, and I have definitely never been to a movie alone before, but it actually feels really nice to just explore and do what I want at my own pace for the day. This is probably the most I have enjoyed myself in San Jose, a city which can get pretty stifling during the week. Costa Rica is definitely teaching me how to slow down and just relax and enjoy ...