Real InterContinental Costa Rica At Multiplaza Mall
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Breakfast by the pool and exploring the grounds of Wyndham Hotel before checking out and moving to our next hotel at Real InterContinental at Escazu (the 1st of 4 resorts we're scheduled to be), to join our Tour Group. It was a 5 star and luxurious that Ellistar was so happy we're staying there.. but was disappointed when i told him.. Sorry …
The weather was so-so as we arrived in San Jose today. It
was overcast and windy so it was a bit chilly, but it should turn around soon!
Our hotel here is really nice. We haven't seen much of the scenery around Costa
Rica yet, but we had a nice dinner, met some nice people on our tour, and got a
briefing with our tour guide. It …
... gave out driving through the mountains. Another bus was dispatched to rescue us and we quickly made the exchange and got back on the road. Reaching Escazu we were treated to a traditional lunch of delicious soup made with beef broth and local vegetables.
Escazu is known as an upscale shopping district with shops and fast-food chains, but the ...
... The students are all native Costa Ricans and speak only Spanish except for the hour a day when they work on English. During that hour, my girls would be welcome to help "teach" the class. The director speaks perfect English as does the English teacher which would help if the girls ran into any problems. The girls would be together in a combined 1st/2nd grade class with 5 other students. Next we visited three host family options. Xinia, a young looking grandmother welcomed us ...
Phew these last couple of days have been crazy busy! But full of lots of great conversations and learning experiences... Sunday night, we went to a church in Guadalupe that is done in English. The church body is full of many missionaries and Americans here in Costa Rica who are Christians, as well as Ticos that have been invited to come-it was really cool and another opportunity to meet people with different backgrounds and stories. I kinda felt like i was in the states for ...