DoceLunas Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
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... experience. Costa Rica has a long
way to go to get PT to be a more active experience, as the field is more a
passive treatment right now. I think our students made a difference in many
lives, and I hope Marymount's future in Costa Rica is long and promising. Thank
you all for reading my blog. I hope you have learned some things, and I hope
you have had a few laughs. I will post once more upon my return to the states,
but for now, Pura Vida.
... traveling from the treetop canopy on a series of horizontal traverse cables. It is easy to feel like a hobbit while cruising Tarzan like in towering trees thick with vines and bromeliads. It is perfect for travelers who seek outdoor adventure in a short span of time.
In Puerto Caldera, you see nature beckoning at your doorstep! Here, people can find just what they need for outdoor adventure and at the same time be able to relax and enjoy. And by golly, we just did!
... ability to balance on a moving board, but I'm giving new meaning to the term 'wipe-out'. DH is doing a little better but I'm sure it looks as though there's a sniper in the trees picking us off each time we try to stand. Each attempt at surfing is also followed by a thorough documentation of all new and recurring injuries (DH is winning that game but primarily because of a large bug that flew into her ear and never came out).
4- Playing tennis in ...
... market with various quantities of beans in bags to sell onto local suppliers for hotels, shops or restaurants in and around the region. For a yield of 40kg of average grade coffee beans (bearing in mind Nica coffee is up there with the worlds finest) his mid level, three-time fermented beans reach a price of 35 dollars. No one checks the quality, no one asks for a certificate about how he's grown it and where. He just sells, smiles, pockets the cash and heads home for a ...
... at the Ricardo Saprissa stadium. Uriel, you see was our driver that took the ICDS clan to Monteverde. He sat with Mackenzie and I at dinner the first night, and from then on I would say we became buddies. He showed me pictures of his family, and told me about his life, and all the places he has traveled! We definitely got lucky by bringing up that subject because by Sunday he was telling us about this soccer game on Wednesday that he would take us to.