Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... from there to head to another beach we'd heard about, called Playa Grande. From Tamarindo you can see the beach but with few roads to reach around a peninsula, it was about a 40 minute drive to get to, where we arrived in the dark and had no idea where we were going. We had friends though; land crabs! These black and red crabs were all over the road and I had to dodge them with the car constantly.
We stayed at El Manglar a hotel/hostel that was a really cool hang out spot with ...
... for the rough road and not wanting it differently was to preserve the place for the brave of heart and those who learned how gorgeous this place is. But honestly!! THAT rough?? our bodies felt battered and bruised and I was exhausted by it all - heh. A swim in the heavenly pool helped. umm, no, I think I'll pass on the 4 pm yoga session... Dinner was phenomenal organic yumminess and I fell into bed at 8 pm!!
... man who
kindly informed Theo of his life story. Apparently he started off in the US
army but had had to leave one day after having a nightmare causing him to
inform his commanding officer that if he was given a gun he would end up
killing himself or everyone around him, and since then has gone into computer
hacking (apparently Julian Essange’s inspiration) and because of this has
earned himself at least five life sentences. A ...
... sunset from here made it worth it. After sunset we made our way back to the Red Frog Villas to start making our large sushi dinner. I was quite excited as I hadn’t had sushi for a long while, plus this was different because I was going to be able to make my own. We had an array of ingredients for everyone to choose from when making their sushi rolls. We had tuna, shrimp, avocado, carrots, cucumber, and even more food for side dishes. After taking turns making sushi we ...
... creativity etc. Even the building you are in can matter. David Orr addresses this in his notion of architecture as pedagogy. In his speech, "What is Education For?", he says, "Campus architecture is crystallized pedagogy that often reinforces passivity, monologue, domination, ...