Tilajari Hotel Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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First day at the school and students have jumped right in. Some students have already taught a lesson and others are working one on one with students or are assessing student work. One class has a student who is autistic and our special education students will do some observation and will ...
... round the car park before you got to the entrance, who was totally on my case from the get go. I pretended I was looking for the toilet so he directed me there, then he basically stayed around the area following my EVERY move. I went back to the toilet again, only for him to follow me there – ******* do one!! This time I had to admit defeat… It would have been so easy to get in if he weren’t there, but in the end he literally followed me out the park and back on to the ...
... managing the residents in and out of the pools. www.termalesloslaureles.com is the website for where we went today. Before we actually made it into the pools, our fearless leader, Sonia (she works for ISL, the organization who coordinated our trip) stepped off of the sidewalk and sprained her ankle pretty severely (Trifecta item number one). Diana (our faculty leader) went with Sonia to a medical clinic for XRays (no fracture), so the ...
The original plan was to spend around 3 night in La Fortuna enjoying the views of the Majestic Volcano Arenal and the possible excursions around it but our now turned-travel-guide-hostel-owner of Santa Elena told us there wasn't that many exciting things to do in La Fortuna. So we listened to his suggestions and went along with it.
The plan was now to leave for La Fortuna early in the morning, arriving in the afternoon, just in time ...
... We stopped sporadically during the drive whenever Carlos spotted some local wildlife. First we saw a Sloth - tiny, rodent, small monkey on side of road. Only comes down every 6 or so days for food and water Next a Toucan - 3 colours. Bright yellow/green/red We also stopped in a nearby town to see some Indigenous Art - Capi Capi. The owner gave us a lesson on the masks and how each person choose an animal ...