Villa San Ignacio
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we did a celebration. The joy and energy that the children and adults brought to us was palpable and contagious-- even to exhausted teachers and nurses! In Dulce Nombre, the day ended with a spontaneous soccer game. At the end of our time there, we offered the school P.E. teacher a baseball to use in his school. He looked at this ball like it was a treasure and asked Katya to sign it for him ...
Early to rise, early to bed! The daily challenge is to capture a new bird every day. From the ever present Aracari (toucan), to hummingbirds, to oropendolas and now the parrot. They are not easy to photograph as they are fairly high up in the trees. Of course, being the same colour as the leaves doesn't help! They arrive every day around 4:00 pm, like clockwork as they say. Hoardes of them, overtaking all of the surrounding trees. What a racket! Pleasant though, knowing they ...
... He is originally from South Carolina and has a delightful accent. They share stories of living in Costa Rica and what drew them here.
Julian takes us to a local bar Mono Verde (Green Monkey) owned by his friend. We have an amazing time. A few local beers for Jake and Julian, vodka soda for me and some whipped cream shots on the house - oh boy. The bar has a great atmosphere and they play songs we request. ...
... more comfortably this time), and waiting for our ride hoping we didn't get ripped off.
The driver did show up, and we were off (still hungry). Where to? Not entirely sure, but we figured this much: a tree canopy tour must be located somewhere in the trees.
So, we arrived at the base camp (still hungry), hung around for a few minutes (hungry still), then told we were beginning the truck ride to the top of the ...
... Manual grip is in most cases limited and will require much hand-over-hand support.;
DEAF! BLIND! PARALYSIS....During the first week I observed Laura's lessons to reacquaint myself with her students, most of whom I'd met last year when I visited Manos Abiertas. At Diana Venskus' recommendation I also spent a day assisting Mira, the physical therapist. I helped lift and transport residents for their bathing, put on their braces, worked with ...