Villa San Ignacio

Address: Cruce de Grecia y Poas,Cruce de Poas/Cacao | 5 km (3 mi) west of cemetery, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 394, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Cruce de Grecia y Poas,Cruce de Poas/Cacao | 5 km (3 mi) west of cemetery, Alajuela, is near Fincas Naturales, Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas), and Parque Juan Santamaria.
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      Travel Blogs from Alajuela

      Return to Manos Abiertas, Service-Learning, 2014

      A travel blog entry by dball on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... a sense that we were a part of a greater community and purpose before I even got out of the bus. There is clearly so much love put into every aspect of Manos Abiertas. The facilities were very clean and well cared for and seemed to exude a sense of pride from not only the Sisters but all of the workers that contributed to this amazing place.

      When I first met the residents of Manos I ...

      Skittles at the Summit

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Feb 02, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... around and notice things. Not sure if it is because I'm finally realizing it really is more about the journey than the destination, or because I'm carrying an extra 20 to 30 pounds, or because our workouts have been sporadic over the past few weeks and we are terribly out of shape, but we took our time regardless. I also realize that if you are looking at your feet the whole way, Macchu Pichu, Kilimanjaro and Temple all look exactly the same. They had a ...

      Panamaniacs and the 12 hour turnaround

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Jan 18, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... us a cab in 30 seconds flat, we give him the address for the 5000 Colones ($10) ride to Julian's house 4km away in the suburb of Alejuala. He greets us with a warm welcome and glass of red wine. We meet Zaida, his wife who is a Tico (local) and doesn't speak any english. We also meet Steve who is a good friend of Julian's and lives as close as you can get to the Panama border while still living in Costa Rica Playa Pevosa ...

      Welcome to the Jungle

      A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

      41 photos

      ... it´s nothing like a big gun to make you feel like you´ve done something wrong when you haven´t! Anyway – on to Panama City. This place wasn´t too enchanting and unfortunately, most people we´ve met have been pretty rude. Though I can see how the stress of this kind of city could get the best of you so I´ll give them the benefit of the doubt!



      Next up is a sailing trip to Colombia!

      Next time I blog, we will be in South America! Adiós! xx


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      WEEK 1, Getting Ready at Manos Abiertas

      A travel blog entry by dball on May 13, 2013

      13 photos

      ... are signifcantly limited.

      Few residents have expressive language capabilities. Gestures, invented sign language, and vocalizations are their predominate means of communication.

      THE CRAFT PROJECTS we selected craft projects relatively easy to make and that would promote fine motor as well as academic skills development.
      Most Manos Abiertas students can only use one hand, their other upper extremity affected by ...