Natural Lodge Cano Negro
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I've had it with this instructor. I don't think he understands a lick of English so being able to tell him to slow down when he speaks is impossible. He continues to insist on charades to explain everything and sometimes repeats things differently.... Oh my goodness the confusion on my face. Why, oh why, do they hire non-bilingual teachers?! I just about shut down this morning when the only person he talked to was my classmate ...
... to explore the Arenal area. We started our day with long winding staircase trip down to a waterfall and river. The site was picturesque but warning your legs will be in for a workout by the time you get back up. Next we were taken to an organic farm which I thought was the best portion of the day. Our guide was incredibly friendly and showed us the ins and outs of the farm including plants we could sample, ...
... roads aren't all paved here, and the rain made the gravel muddy and slippery. Which was fine today when I had better shoes and no suitcase, but that very first climb was awkward. My host mom had a cold and just got off work, so we didn't talk much. Just 'are you tired?' 'How was your trip?' 'Want help with that?' (That last one she had to repeat 4 times). I'm not used to the non-USA accent. It's very different and very difficult. ...
... of strawberry pulp, a loaf of cheesy bread and a huge mango for only $6! It was all amazing! We rested up and now were headed to the hot springs! The hot springs were awesome! They were man made but heated by the volcano! Super cool, but it started pouring when we went to dinner so we took golf carts! Dinner was soo amazing! I am sooo full! I ate too much food! Tomorrow we are off to Monteverde and we will go on a coffee ...
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Sunday Tanya picked me up for another relaxing day by the
Rio Celeste. We picked Carmen up and spent a few hours relaxing by the shore of
the river. There were many Blue Morpho butterflies out today, they are so
amazingly blue, it looked as if they were not just reflecting the sunlight but