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... to put into words (so luckily I had on the gopro!) To finish it off, we admired the view over a beer and then we went back to school. Most people stayed for a while to use the wifi or do their homework- I did both. Then I came home for dinner- we had meat tortas, avocado and egg salad, and naturally- gallo pinto. I played some games with Ashley and finally met Christian, her brother (he's usually with his girlfriend). Side note: right now in ...
... sign, camps and summer activities to plan, and taxes to prepare- all evidence of future and a reality that we long for and dread at the same time. I find myself a bit melancholy at times, and I have to remind myself not to grieve the end of our year too soon, or I will miss the perfection of the moment. As I type this brief post surrounded by packed bags and messy to-do lists, I know that we are about ...
... at a lovely park tucked into
the curves of the river. And as far as I can tell it was just as blue here as
it was in the park!
relaxed on the pebbly bank enjoying the cool morning, too cool to want to swim
in the chilly river, but still wonderful to enjoy nature. The river twisted and
turned on itself making a sharp corner where the water was quite deep. I stood
on the high bank contemplating if it ...
... no sign posts, we got lost. We spent at least an additional 2 hours to get onto the right road and head in the right direction. What made it even worse was the rain and darkness coupled with the thick fog! Katie wanted to stop for the night but I insisted we continue. After asking people for directions (in Spanish!) many times we eventually managed to find the house. By that time we had spent about 8 hours in the car. Not a great start, but we were glad to arrive.
... to what you read in most tour books about Costa Rica. The scenery is beautiful. The drive was mostly through rural farm country and small towns.
We stopped for breakfast at a small road side restaurant for a "typical" (as the locals call it) Costa Rican breakfast. Fried eggs, fried plantains, beans, rice, home made cheese and a corn tortilla. The coffee is amazing here. What Americans market for ...