Oxygen Jungle Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... group. Other birds we got to see were the yellow warbler, baltimore oriole, red legged honeycreeper both male and femae, white collared seedeater, woodpeckers. barred forest falcon, motmot, and yellow headed caracara as well as some of those unidentified. We were surprised to see so many birds because there were a lot of homes. We walked until we came to a place where a creek covered ...
... kindness. I have seen respect for the people and cultures around us. I have seen pride in their values, and a humble reaction to those who have less. I have seen ten students transform into one powerful team, and separate into interested and invested individuals.
This trip has been eye-opening for the students, but it has been humbling for me. I am happy to be leaving Costa Rica with a new understanding of the country and of what my students can do for the world.
... all over. We spent our first evening recovering from the complete lack of sleep the night before, only venturing out to find the closest market. Since our room dosen't really have walls (just mosquito nets) we woke early to the sounds of the jungle. Went for an hour long walk to find a waterfall outside of town that was a natural waterslide! The water running over the rocks has made them so ...
... middle and forms what folks call “The Whale Tail” during low tide. Most of the other accommodations are nearer the other end of the park along with a smattering of tourist driven shops and small restaurants (called Soda’s). Alan and I walked the long stretch of beach one morning, which was beautiful. The waves were a fun 2 or 3 feet, the water a glorious 85ish degrees plus palms provided shade from the harsh sun – just about ...
... study) to lots of people waiting for us at the church. We come to find out that they host an English class on Wednesday nights and invited everyone to stay and hang out with the Americans. We started in the church where Adam and Celicia welcomed us (with Fredy and Cecilia's daughter translating). Then we went to the kitchen and patio (which was outside because of the indoor/outdoor living thing). They fed us a delicious authentic Costa Rican meal of grilled chicken, ...