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... I asked Tavo, an employee, to help me with the whole canopy tour! He rode with me on the zip line to calm me down so I could enjoy it. Having someone along with me made me appreciate the view of the Sarapiqui River! Also, it was very intense. Oldmar, another employee, saved me from getting bit by a Bullet Ant. I forgot about how scared I was of heights for a minute when it happened. This experience was the best thing so far on this trip. ...
... support can be removed. We will also work on team teaching, which can be challenging, especially when one student is more outgoing than the second student who is teaching with him/her. It is not an easy thing to team teach...is important for both voices to be heard. Of course, we will continue to discuss the idea of taking initiative...find things to do and places to be. Don't just ask "what can I do." Find things that need to be done, students who need extra help, ...
... One day we took a bus to Estrada, along the coast and then walked back to Carillo, birdwatching en route. It was a lovely walk and we saw plenty of birds by the river. We find now that it is becoming more difficult to find birds that we haven't seen previously but we still enjoy seeing anything that honours us with it's presence! Carillo beach is beautiful, much nicer to our minds than Samara, and unspoilt. However when we told people where we had been the general response was, ...
... when we eat in a restaurant on our own 13% tax and 10% gratuity will be included.
We got to the gate of the coffee place and there was a big lock on it and the guide was told the IRS had shown up and closed them down that morning....but our guide was pretty cool and took us in a back way and showed us the fields and explained the coffee process with the Arabica organic beans. He had to find a new place for lunch too and we ...
... from the bus were taken into a room full of army guys with big guns (lots of these in Latin America) where the door was locked and we had to answer to a register to check we were all here. We were spoken to in Spanish by an official kind of guy and then the army guys dispersed themselves among us and motioned for us to open our bags. After a very stressful and official seeming business, the army guys took one quick peep into our bags and motioned us out again. ...