Posada El Quijote
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
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... area of Escazu is up in the hills above San Jose. It has a strong local organization that protects the environment as well as the traditions of the area. Our visit included a famous local artist's workshop and a farm that still processes sugar cane the old fashioned way.
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... the hours of scrubbing I had to do in New York to get all the soil off my boots to be able to get them back into Australia.... The Canadian boys raced each other down the path, gazelling through the roots and down the steps. I was running to keep up with them, way too close to some devastating tumbles a couple if times. Ah good fun, those boys were good quality! We all made it to the bottom in one piece and decided to give the waterfall and it's many steps a miss... Done ...
... Which is good, I enjoy that feeling. Every time again, every day. When I am working, when I go out with my dearest friends or when I'm talking to some stranger, who might become one of my new dearest friends some day. Didn't enjoy the overcrowded busride though.
To explain shortly to those who don't know yet what I am suddenly doing in Costa Rica: I quit my job at the brewery to travel for about a year. I will stay for 4,5 months here in Costa Rica to learn Spanish, to ...
... on this hot Saturday night.
Everyone in town and their mothers were there. The MC talked a LOT and held un-PC contests like calling up 4 little girls and having them dance... And let me just tell you that only one of these niņas danced age appropriately. The radio station would have definitely gotten sued if it happened in the states, lol!
They also had 4 young adult volunteers have a dance battle. One of ...
... is really amazing to see the differences from the start of the year. Though they have been keeping me on my toes they have kept me laughing along the way. Here are some good stories from class:
Student's spelling sentence, "I glared at the hot girl." (proof students are starting to change!)
"I want to be a professional player." - 10 year old boy
"Ms. DeGreeff, why are you so cute?" - one of my students
Student 1: Ms. DeGreeff, did ...