Zephyr Palace Luxury Rental Mansion
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and reflected ourselves on how to improve things in the future and how
we perceived the students' reactions and feelings about their experience here.
It's hard to tell. We hiked to Playa Blanca over a whole slew of rocks and
cliffs. It was challenging, but interesting. Once at Playa Blanca, we got in
the ocean to cool off and frankly, get our cardio in for the day! The rip
currents were high and the ocean was rough. We walked into the sand, only ...
... a conversation starter. Today I wore my MSU shirt…and it worked. I chatted with a lady from Ottawa, a multi-millionaire from Fort Lauderdale, and a 91 year old gentleman, who didn’t look a day over 70. The lady from Ottawa shared travel stories, the multi-millionaire was sure he’d seen a UFO but unfortunately his video camera batteries were dead, and the 91 year old was enjoying life, without medication, just a baby aspirin every morning, and I inferred a handful ...
... here, Jaco is giving us some lasting memories:
1- Es muy dificil aprender espanol. Our Monday to Friday routine starts somewhat comically with our hand-holding walk to school (sometimes DH lets me carry her books). And if you've ever wondered what happened to those tiny desk-chair combos that were used by Elementary Schools years ago, apparently some were shipped to Costa Rica for a second life. After erasing the board, and turning on the fan, I squeeze ...
... a park but offers only organic veggies and treats. Kinda crunchy down here but like it. It works!
Sunday, we left early in the morning and set off to cross the Nicoya Peninsula. To say the least, the trip was way hairier than I would have ever expected. The steepness of the cliff we had to traverse on this quad was insane. At one point, we were sliding down a hill at a dead stop because of the gravel and rock. It was at that point ...
... walked to the crater's edge (15 minute walk), but it was too fogged over to actually see anything, so we trekked back down, got in our car, and drove to lunch.
Since we hadn't done any souvenir shopping, Paul kindly agreed to take me to the artisan market in San Jose on the second day. As usual, the driving in San Jose was hair-raising. We managed to get to a safe parking lot and then roamed around the city of San Jose, scouring ...