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Travel Blogs from Alajuela
... Steven Easley (aka Big Poppa Pump) is simply hard to describe. He is by far the best birder ...
... me bracelets and stickers and apples and crackers. It was so cute but now I have so much random ****. I mean not **** but like what am I supposed to do with all this stuff?! It's the thought that counts, and it was very sweet :) 2. At 10, we walked to the aunts house to watch the soccer game. It was so fun! There was lots of food (very good) and lots of family. They were loud but it made me feel like I was watching a Kentucky basketball game with the ...
... we have
given to the caregivers and sisters, I know we have done some excellent work
with these underserved people. If I was independently wealthy, I'd hire some
more people to come to Manos and just play with and interact with those people.
They are beyond excited when people play or interact with them, and it's just
delightful to see their joy.
Tomorrow we must say goodbye to the people of Manos Abiertas
... clouds, we are already in awe of the deep green mountainous landscape of Costa Rica. Excitement builds as we descend and we are able to make out tin-roofed shacks, winding rivers and narrow roads clinging precipitously to the edge of craggy cliff sides. The San Jose airport is quite nice and modern, all metal and glass. As we make our way to customs I find myself staring outside, I just cannot believe the the mountains are right there!
We are renting a car for the ...
... in the window seat n never rolling the window shade up.
This morning we became locals, taking the city bus into San Jose and then wandering up and down the centre observing all that was around us. In an effort to get a feel for the people here I decided we should venture into some of the local hang ...