Hotel El Tucan
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This morning, we had a full family breakfast with traditional Costa Rican leftovers including tamales (cheese and beans baked in a banana leaf), a pumpkin/prune filled pastry (similar to a fig newton) and corn cake with lots of coffee!! After cleaning up from last night's party we went on a day trip to the University grounds near our house which happened to be on top of a mountain. We drove through fields of coffee and the most lush greens until we arrived ...
... to the bus stop, ask the driver where we were going, be told by the driver where to get off, and then told what way to go, but we made it there! We interviewed some students at the university about their ecological footprint so that we could then compare it to our own.
We went to lunch next, and finding place to eat by the university was hard because the first game of the world cup was starting so everywhere was crowded. ...
... dancing in a circle with a 3 year old and 4 year old (who was in a wheelchair, tube feeding), and pulling the same 3 year old around on a sheet to keep her out of the cleaning area. It was a fair amount of work, but so energizing! We did a group session today with two of the "casa de hombres" residents (a 16 year old and ~22 year old) and two of the kiddos (a 4 year old and 3 year old). The 22 year old is ambulatory but not able to communicate verbally, though ...
... so we easily secured a table and ordered Imperial beers and fish ceviche. We watched the Fiestas de Zapotes, Costa Rica’s annual festival featuring bull fighting, on the television while we enjoyed our food. The serving of ceviche was very large and filling, so after another round of Imperial we decided to explore the discoteca downstairs. We paid the $6 entrance fee and were issued a swag bag containing party hats, noise makers, leis and confetti for ...