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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... horribly parallel parked the car, and we got out to walk around and find some magnets. The magnets were ok, but not great. After about 15 minutes of going back and forth between 5 shops, we decided to finally settle on some magnets and head back. As soon as we got back, I packed my backpack and headed straight for bed.
The next morning we woke up really early at 3:30am, and headed out for the checkout. We were promised breakfast packs for our early ...
... on the world map and animals you find their (cue my brilliant drawing the the kangaroo). The classes are all very short, about 30-40 minutes long. I remember classes going for much longer as a kid, but maybe they just felt that way. We volunteer at the school each day from 8:30am until 1:30pm, then off to Spanish classes from 2:00pm to 4:00pm (with Runia, Oz or Carlos), then home for a chore (sweeping, mopping, cleaning the bathroom or cooking) and ...
... lunch at a local, open air restaurant, where we saw Ryan get a sampler platter that offered the finest Costa Rican food I have seen, or tasted, as I stole some of it. The sea bass was just what I needed as it fit my new diet. God continually gives us exactly what we need.
When we got back we immediately headed to the closest water falls, a little dry, but just amazingly beautiful. ...
... abandoned resort atop a mountain in Jaco. It seemed like it would have been beautiful at its prime for it had a beautiful view overlooking the ocean, but is now abandoned with graffitis throughout. I'm thankful I ended up bonding with Brooke (aka Brooklyn) last night in Go Fish, cause she ended up being my model for some of the better shots I took today. Again, taking photos of humans is probably more my liking in photography than abstract.
I felt like I ...
... Oeste fits the bill perfectly for me. In fact, I can't think of a single must have that is missing for me here.
Of course, Costa Rica, or any foreign country for that matter, isn't home and so reading the guide books about exotic destinations can be deceiving. When I read guide books, I mistakenly think of the best of home, layered with all the wonderful things you read about the place you're about to visit. I think the guidebooks should ...