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... horsewoman in her little saddle. Then they took off the saddle and the father trainer had the horse perform the classic moves which brought tears to my eyes as I thought of how Mom loved these horses.
Then we proceeded on drive to Monteverde and had some challenges with roads closed ....not to mention the rough condition of the roads. Bless our driver Juan Carlos who is a real champ. We did stop at a coffee producer off the road....the guide felt ...
... waiting for us with some absolutely amazing lunch prepared by a local woman. Or maybe she was the guide's mum? Anyway, the food was so delicious!! We then enjoy espresso as the guide tells us that he will be making jokes during our tour. Only the good ones. Fair enough. High up in the mountains, the setting is unbelievable! Our funny and pretty guide explains everything about grano de oro of Costa Rica, takes us through the whole process, starting ...
... Once we started our lectures, at the institute, I began to recall things from previous lectures and readings I did in the States. I began to feel as if I was learning about the application of the in's and out's of the health care in Costa Rica, it wasn't all reading and lectures. It was not until the home stays that I truly began to have this trip imprinted in my heart and mind. ...
... again toward Nicoya and from there we planned to head for the inner peninsula coast to catch a ferry. The last ferry runs at 5:30 and we weren't sure we could make it by then. We also don't like to drive in the dark if we can help it. Roads are curvy and sometimes not good and it's always nice to actually know where you are! Then we spotted an alternative to the ferry.... just heading north again a few kilometres, we found a nice new bridge! Relatively ...