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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a hike through the Curi Cancha Reserve and with this bipolar weather system, taking advantage of good weather is vital to being outside in this region. I really didn't want to be anywhere near him and a solo walk through the woods is just what I needed to vent some steam. Got some lunch at a local bakery instead of at the celebration and hiked for about 2 hours through both low and high elevation. And I finally saw trees definitely worthy of a big ...
... with a couple other Americans we met on an earlier tour... Mmmmm!!! Lots of very interesting discussion about politics, regional disputes and concerns... Everyone simply agreeing to disagree. I love talking with people like this... Sadly, I don't get to do that very often, too many are not open to other points of view ini respectful ways. I even got to do some laundry while there... Matan is officially my second favorite Mid-Eastern. My first is a really hot Lebanese who taught ...
... And the coffee is GOOOOD!! They're being really understanding and helpful, but still talking pretty quickly. I'll get there!! They're all so wonderful. Fernanda laughs a lot, and Daña Marianela teases everyone. It's great! Today, Costa Rica played England, so the girls didn't have school. We took a bus to a big city and watched the game on a giant screen. It was crazy!! I've never been so into soccer. Now I wish I had ...
Much more later! I didn't have wifi. We're in Manuel Antonio right now, and tomorrow we meet our host families! We meet in San José and drive about an hour to Tobosi with them. Carada-land of crocodiles Parque nacional carada is the only park in Costa Rica with handicap access but they're working on making more. That's all I've got for you this morning, it's 7:45 and I'm not fully awake yet. --Pictures ...
... Dora the Explorer. I was oblivious and foreign to almost everything here, I felt as if I had to re-learn everything I had spent my last 18 years trying to master... like how to communicate, how to act, how to follow directions (which is basically impossible for me ) , I even had to re-learn how to open doors. Seriously guys, their doors are harder to open than a nuns legs.. defs not the goods!! i've no **** locked myself out, set alarms off and been ...