Hotel Villas Colibri
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... saw Capuchin monkeys, sloths, and a crocodile who came to lunch. We also heard a howler monkey, who sounded more like an angry wild boar.
Cultural Sharing Powerpoint: MU created a Powerpoint about our culture and way of life in the USA with the Residents.
"Todo de Mi..." books. We prepared templates for this project. Residents used mixed media to ...
... the hours of scrubbing I had to do in New York to get all the soil off my boots to be able to get them back into Australia.... The Canadian boys raced each other down the path, gazelling through the roots and down the steps. I was running to keep up with them, way too close to some devastating tumbles a couple if times. Ah good fun, those boys were good quality! We all made it to the bottom in one piece and decided to give the waterfall and it's many steps a miss... Done ...
... out a lookout point that gave a great view of Alajuela and took a few pics before heading back into town for a Boca and a drink at one of Juliane's regular spots.
Once we got back home it was time to kick back for a while as we had no plans and Gracie(Steves new girlfriend) was coming over later to make us dinner. Everyone took a napping turn. :)
Through the conversations of the day Steve offered us a ride back with him to see ...
... a price so it was wonderful that we were able to do these things. An hour later, Jearo came past our cabaña with bamboo fishing rods and said ´´listo?´´ (which means ´´ready?´´) - well OK then! He took us to a battered little boat, with mud patching holes in the bottom, which we had to empty of water before we got in! Robbie and I took one each of Jearo´s wellington boots and got pouring! We were soon paddling across the river until we reached the other side, where ...
HECHO por MANOS ESPECIALES, CRAFT PROJECTS. The residents enjoyed the craft projects as much as we enjoyed helping them make them. Though we assisted them with fine motor support, they needed no help with creativity. In every aspect of each project residents made their own creative decisions.
LAS MASCARAS was MU grad student Danielle Pramick's project. When Diego, the administrator who ...