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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it. I then drove into the downtown area of Turrialba. I stopped at a few shops and ordered a delicious smoothie. It had maracuyo in it. I attempted to ask the two young girls working in the shop to describe what maracuyo is, but we all ended up laughing because we could not come close to understanding what each other was talking about. Whatever maracuyo is, I recommend it...very yummy. I am ...
... beautiful and pristine. We entered the cool blue water enjoyed the calm waves and friendship. A volunteer defended our belongings from raccoons while we swam.
After a peaceful lunch, we continued our journey to San Jose. Upon arrival at the Marriott, we prepared for our final meal as a team. After dinner, we reflected on our experience, it's impact In Costa Rica, and how we can share our enthusiasm to volunteer.
In closing, we shared tearful goodbyes and ...
... buses to San Jose airport and watched as they headed together to check in for their various flights, swept back up in modern life. I had joked to the Venturers, that I'd be waving them off with a drink in hand, but we actually managed to wait until 5pm that evening! With paperwork completed, my bottle of Flor De Caña dusted off and the tables laid out in the original formation, we were ready. After weeks of being in loco parentis, I was ready to be a ...
... to come. After another tiring day, we crashed fairly early, ready for another busy day ahead. With everything packed up in the morning and the camp checked to ensure we left no trace, we began the short walk back to Fieldbase. This wasn't to be as quick as anticipated however, as we had a mock Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC) to contend with, when our medic went down gasping for breath. We put our training into practice, called in the ...
... each day just through my interactions with Tikos. I also got to talk with my new favorite campus employee, who cleans up the outside of campus, named Carlos. He is probably in his 60's and mumbles SO much in his Spanish haha he is sooooo hard to understand, but today I made a point of saying hi to him and the result was awesome. I had met him early last week, but doubted that he would remember me, but he did! We talked for a while, or I tried to ...