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Well I got back from Jaco today and it was very fun! Another cool weekend at the beach. Last week was good! Classes are very laid back and low key which I appreciate. Friday was my first lazy day since I have been here and it was much needed because we had to get on the bus to Jaco at 5:30 on Saturday which ended up being 6:15 because there was confusion with the bus driver. The ...
... which was a problem and I ate chinese food for dinner which was different than the chinese food we eat in America which begs the question: Who is actually eating chinese food? It was an amazing day and today classes start. Luckily I only have classes on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (four day weekends forever wooo) so I am planning to explore the town with mi amiga Kali.
... to shop and get lunch. I LOVED the batidos (?) de banano (banana shakes) that me, kallyn, and ian got. They were amazing! I got a chicken parm and it was good :) then we ventured into some shops, a geladería (gelado place), frutería (fruit store) y una panadería (bakery). I bought a DELISH pastry! We later went to the hot springs and it was so cool!! It was like a straight up resort, but the springs were still amazing. They get hotter ...
... the organic way...no growth hormones used. his words before he blew out his candles..."i think i can...therefore i do". actually it was in spanish and it definitely wasn't that succinct...but it meant the same flippin' thing. i will find this man and i will get his picture on his bike...or tending the garden, whichever comes first.
-went to the concert saturday. very good. it ...
... see it in person, it may lose much of its' appeal. but the really cool thing about these pieces is the environment that surrounds them. most of the buildings are dilapidated, mostly due to the continuous rain in the winter and harsh sun in the summer. i think it's this battered, decaying textures, barbed-wire fencing that makes it so beautiful.
anyhow, something to remember when we think things need to be perfect to be beautiful.