Cabanas Las Ardillas
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... hoping that he could release the 2 porcupines together so they would have company.
He put them in a cage together and after a few snarls from the existing resident they seemed to settle but as they are largely nocturnal they were just resting. The lady who looks after the project called the next morning to say when they woke up properly they had a fierce fight so she had to separate them, and Alex will release the new one immediately as he is healthy ...
... things buzzed around our already sore and itchy bodies.
We had loved the trip to the jungle in all its wonderful wildness, but after a week (and after battling a cockroach out of my toiletry bag) we were happy to head back to some civilization!
On the morning we left, we caught a glimpse of a giant river otter while waiting for our boat, a really rare site and a lovely goodbye from the jungle! We took the boat back to San Carlos, where we ...
Coffee tour today!
From Alajuela, we had two main choices for a coffee tour: Doka estate and Cafe Britt. The former is an actual coffee plantation, whereas the latter is the largest coffee producer that buys coffee beans from like 2000 plantations. We decided to go with Cafe Britt for the fact we could easily take public transportation there. Plus, there coffee and chocolates are ubiquitous in Costa Rican ...
I feel so very privileged and a bit of a princess when I say that I have just come out of one of the ***********ths of my life - and I have been a risk taker where things have not always worked out. Everything in life is relative though so for me the 3-4 hours of travel combined with 6 hours of intensive grammar or Prac teaching; homework that had to be submitted then graded; and an unhappy boy waiting for ...
The time is flying and I am now two weeks into a very intensive TESOL course. There are many courses worldwide that claim to provide TESOL qualifications but when you start looking for work only those that have the CELTA/Trinity equivalent with teaching practice are worth the paper they're printed on. I've enrolled in a NCFE (a UK based private body) accredited Level 5 Certificate (CELTA equivalent) at Intesol Costa Rica ...