Posada El Quijote
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... gelato excellent. We walked around downtown a bit, through the central park, which is not at all green this time of year and rather looks like it's covered with a bed of straw. The "green season" starts in May when it starts raining, and most of the pictures we had seen of this area were apparently taken in the green season. Nothing looks quite as we had expected it. Driving back to the casita, we noticed some heavy smoke along the ...
... Costa Rica with. It was quite strange (per normal). So finally I thought I figured out what we were doing. I had to go find others from my group (who came to school with their host siblings) and we were to help Sofi's class with English and they were to help us with Spanish. Once we finally found 3 people, we returned to the classroom and we (the Americans) had to act out a script for them. We had to sell fruits and vegetables to the class. It was, once again, ...
When I studied abroad in CR for approximately 2.5 months, I never had the opportunity to visit the Museo de oro located under the Plaza Cultura. I decided now was my opportunity. It's socially acceptable to go to museums alone and you also appear super cultured and scholarly while doing it, so it's basically a win-win situation. Here are some pictures that I took and some captions I thought of out of ...
... Central and South American peoples consider the areas only one continent, America. The night of the Costa Rica vs Mexico game, Nuria made a gigantic pot of hearty soup and there were 10 or more visitors: family and friends. Costa Rica won and there was much celebration both within the home and outside on the street. Fireworks went off for several hours after the end of the game.
... in plenty of time to get a bite to eat, and buy a few last-minute souvenirs before our 12:30pm flight to Houston.
Our flight to Houston got in early, so we had almost a full two hours to get through customs, immigration and security - no problem, right? But sure enough, all three lines were really, really long, and moved slow, so as we ran up to our gate at 6:53pm for our 6:55 flight. The plane was still at the gate, ...