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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... to a soda that was right next to our hostel. A soda is a small restaurant normally run by a local family, most of the time from their own homes, serving traditional, tasty and cheap Costa Rican food.
The next day we went to the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, this time with a guide in the hope of seeing some interesting wildlife. Carlos told us some very interesting facts about the trees, plants and insects, ...
... and our more than willing to share anything they can with visiting people. The students absolutely loved learning about the Costa Rican culture and be able to experience it first hand. They all were talking about how neat the afternoon was and this is something that they will never forget. After dinner we went on a night hike and we were able to see lots of great insects and spiders. Its truly a ...
... roasts have less caffeine because more of the element burns off during the longer roasting time. In Costa Rica, and most of Latin America, they mainly grow the Arabica bean (vs the Robusta bean). They only have half as much caffeine compared to Robusta but are considered higher quality. Most Latin American countries focus on producing quality vs quantity.
... an impression on my companions. On the following ...
... along the road! Today was a good day. I think clearing the air of ill will can have such a cathartic affect. Problems don't necessarily need to be solved... People need only to be heard. The women at CASEM have actually called in the Quakers to work with them on problem solving skills... Maybe this world just needs to call in the Quakers! Today, we simply finished some of the jobs we've been working on. Paul and josh worked on the chairs. I painted ...