Latitude 10 Beachfront Resort, Santa Teresa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my last night at the school so Anton, mette (Norwegian girl) and a girl called Denise decided to go out. We had some drinking games before hand and it was so fun. I can't remember laughing that much in a long time. We went to this club called orange pub and it was only us and local people there, dancing. They were all so good. Like what you see in movies. I really enjoyed it. Well the next day I had to move out of the school and into this ...
... of this sanctuary and to avoid the constraints of an timed internet café.
The teal and pink tile bring a fresh and relaxing vibe to the front porch and provide a cool place for Jasamine, a 3-year old German Shepard to ponder the nothingness of ‘now’. At eye height I gaze at a lush tropical flower garden of yellow, fiery red, and jungle green. In the distance… mountains. Young, weathered, lush, mountains. In a strange way, ...
... this little org has come in 5 years. So here you go - http://www.funsociety.ca/thandamandla-t rek-social-change-2013
And that is what I'm off to do after Berlin. I'll fly from Frankfurt to Joburg... see more lovely friends for a few days and then off to Durban to finally reunite with two of my most beloved people... Russ and Bridgey.
So, don't mistake any of this for complaining. It is definitely not. I am still loving this ...
... Got into a good roll Tuesday afternoon and evening and didn't stop working until my 3 minute video was finished at 3:30am. So tired, but so happy, I went to bed... and it was DONE! Yay!! Back to thesis work the next morning.
And then I read the fine print. The section about copyright was fairly explicit... somehow I didn't think my 50 images, randomly found on the internet, were going to pass the test. After all that work - I was going to be ...
... qualities of life, built around the inherent needs of the community? I have some ideas after serious reflection. If anyone is interested, they can read my final paper. :) Really, CRHF has the right intention and they are working in a much more sustainable way than many other NGOs that work with "the natives." It's just so tricky to determine what constitutes helping versus hurting.
Ultimately, the trip to Cabécar was ...