Ecolodge Inn at Coyote Mountain
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... from the last few I have taken and that I had many peoples' prayers and good spirits with me. Also- that one can NEVER be fully prepared for anything and if I wait for the "perfect" time to leave I would have never left the house ever in my life.
My first impression upon arrival of Costa Rica has been- very friendly people. My host dad was there to greet me, I took a taxi for convenience sake and I ...
... birds), and other birds here. They also have a frog pond, so we're hoping to see more of the red toed frogs tonite! They are so cute! The Oropendula males are all vying for a female, so they are madly building nests! They feed them on the grounds right outside the restaurant, so it has been fun to watch them!
more tomorrow after we see the rainforest from the tram!
I have successfully survived my first week of classes. The classes are three hours long but it's worth it because this way they are only once a week. On Tuesday my day was full of classes I had Tropical Conservation in the morning, Spanish in the afterneeon and then my cooking class in the evening. On Wednesday I had tropical marine biology and today I had Biological Diversity and Spanish. All my classes are really cool and my teachers are very nice. Tropical marine biology has a ...
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so i know you must be wondering...where does brown sugar come from?
well, it's your lucky day my friend. i went to the brown sugar factory today (and not the one where you need dollar bills...sickos). REAL brown sugar. our professor took us on a road trip up the mountain a bit to have breakfast and check out the booming industry of sugar. lucky for us, no one was working today, so we got to peak around the place without hassle. and we ...