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Monday 20th July
So you are probably dying to hear all about the education system out here in the Rica, especially my educational friends and former colleagues- or not as you are just gearing up for your summer holidays- Well, I am going to tell you anyhow!.
The morning starts, like everything here, it seems, rather calmly and casually. The actual school day starts at 7.50 and ends at 3pm. I know I used to be one of the last ones to ...
... building. Carlos said that a woman at the local Channel 6 has been asking him to do an interview and explain his recipe and what he does differently. He is nervous to do this just yet as he does not have copyrights to his recipes, and he does not want other people stealing them and upping his competition. Right now, he is able to produce dried fruit that is much more affordable than his competitors, so keeping it that way is definitely most desirable. His lawyer keeps very ...
... birds, distinctly different than those back home, are a constant reminder that we are in the tropics and things to come. We will be waking early to travel across the Central Volcanic Mountain range to get to Tortuguero, a spot only accessible by boat. After dinner, each member of our group said a few words about their expectations and perspectives on this trip and everyone agreed that we were here to explore, try new things, and enjoy the Pura ...
... them for your food. Jerks...
At 11:30 Bambi and I went over to his friends business where he often helps give kayak tours. We met the sweetest couple from California, Cristina and Shou. Cristina is studying to be a physician and this is her first vacation in 2 years!!! I watched as Bambi sent them out in their kayak first... Actually everyone from the beach watched because there were TWO waves that nearly took them out. They ...
... bridges around the hospital to Parque Espana area. Several embassies (Mexica and Argentina) were in this area as well.