Resort Martino Hotel & Spa
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... them for days until I understood their behavior.
As a little girl my parent's had trouble controlling me, always climbing trees, opening doors in houses, asking questions about everything, I wanted to know how the world worked and was fascinated with every culture, how different each country is and specially how many different perspectives of the world we have, even neighbor countries have completely different reality's.
My parents had the "get to know your own ...
... wrong so I was standing at the ATM and the people at the exchange counter (at least 7 of them) were all staring and laughing!! Haha, silly gringa!
It was fun to get to know the students a little bit more today! I have met some really nice and interesting people and cannot wait to see what else unfolds throughout the program!!
Tomorrow we are driving to Las Cruces, which is a 7 hour bus ride, which is supposed to ...
... doors, I could hardly believe she was actually here, neither could she. We stood hugging and crying for ages, then jumping up and down then crying and more hugging. YAY!!! The holiday can FINALLY begin now!
Grace expressed her delight at actually being out of an airport and really didn't care what we did, we could sit in he hostel for 10 days, it really didn't matter! We took it easy the rest of the day and even the news of the country's shut down ...
We left Cahuita at about 9:30 am and arrived at the Caribe bus terminal in San Jose at about 3 pm. Since Mariko had to fly home early the next morning we didn't have time to do much other than find our hostel.
The bus stations in San Jose are scattered over a couple square miles downtown. The terminal that had busses for Alajuela required that we walk right through the middle of downtown so we got to ...
... was longer for us. It sure felt longer. The rain did not help matters as there was quite the torrent raging down the road. We also had to dodge many people, chickens and cows in the road. Here pedestrians do not have the right of way and many are apparently hit and killed. I was pretty sure we weren’t going to be rude and run over any but its good to know for when I am the pedestrian…
The hotel is very rural but in a ...
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