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I somewhat knew that coming into this I would experience some degree of culture shock. But new unfamiliar surroundings, in a foreign language (which I have to say I don't know, because everyone talks way too fast for me to even try to understand), where I stick out like a ghost in the dark, whilst suffering from sleep deprivation, is a bit more of a shock than I initially anticipated. As a result of this my ...
... to check out some caves. The day was completely relaxing and a great way to start off my trip here.
At 8 tomorrow morning I will be starting my first class in Costa Rica and I cannot wait, shortly after that will be my first soccer game I'm playing in! I feel this semester will help me blossom into a better person and when I return home I'll feel how much I appreciate having what's near and dear to me back in my life again, pura vida!
... for fear of upsetting parents. But, the problems we see are the types of things that our LU students will deal with in their own classrooms. So it is good for them to see what happens when classrooms are not managed well by teachers. And Jones is helping them with strategies for addressing these behaviors. Good practice opportunities! Watch a short clip of ...
Saturday I was able to return to Cano Negro and gather a
handful more surveys and interviews, good to be getting more data. However it
was a hot day and Augusto was tired so we did not spend much time birdwatching.
We enjoyed another fried fish Cansado plate (meat with beans, rice, salad and
fried plantains) before heading back to Upala. I spent my afternoon and evening
reviewing the data and writing. At this point I ...
... pool lounge. We started to feel hungry later on so we went out and bought supplies to cook up a giant feast of pasta to keep us going. We went back to our room to chill and we met our roommate Glen who seemed much better than our last one who we named 'Ricardo the Rapist' due to his creepy ways. All seemed to be going well until everything went dark. It was power cut time in San Jose which meant head torches all round for me and Beto to play cards. Eventually the power came back ...