Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen
Every experience that I have had good, bad, ugly, difficult has been so enriching. This week I begin classes at the more typical of campuses. I hear that I will be doing things more like Ticos. I will need to take the bus and find my way on crowded streets and streets without signs. I will also be once again meeting brand new students. One more week, some more learning, and some fabulous times are ahead. ...
... all up just at the right moment. Jumped in a cab at the airport for a twenty minute drive to the Adventure inn hotel, snack and beer in the hotel, wandered out for supplies, Deb had a dip in the pool and then burger for me and Prawn Jambalaya for Deb. Seven thirty flight in the morning so cab booked for five fifteen. Up a four thirty, packed, out the door, in a cab and arrived at ...
... is about half paved and half dirt. That is thanks to the last major earthquake in the area. I believe Eddie said that earthquake happened on June 9, 2009. He went on to say the very bus in which we were riding had ended up at the bottom of the ravine. Just before the earthquake hit, the driver that day had dropped off the passengers where we had been let off earlier in the day. On his way down to the shuttle ...
... pecan cake that is delicious (lots of samples were consumed) and purchased the pineapple plantation to get the best quality pineapple for their cakes. The company sells to other markets as well. While we were there trucks marked with Dole signage were heading out with full loads of pineapple.
The plantation is the largest supplier of organic pineapples in the world. It was an eye opener to learn the complexity of ...
... a problem." She looks worried until she finds out what my 'problem' is. She walks into my bathroom and shakes the curtain. The cockroach lands on my foot. I run around screaming, still only dressed in a towel. I manage to kick to cockroach off, but it runs under my desk. Then, she takes off her shoe, lies down on the floor and then the cockroach is no more. "It wasn't even that big" she says. Then she left, tutting at ...
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