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Travel Blogs from Alajuela
... at home so I could follow along a little better...which was fine until the parts before communion (too many options to choose from)...but it made me a little less lost and a little more participatory than the last Spanish Mass I attended.
The students are definitely freaked out about treating and evaluating patients today and I don't even know how to help ease their anxieties, because I have no idea what will happen today either! We'll see....pura vida :).
... which had been on my Raleigh project wish list, ever since I first heard about it at my preparation weekend, back in December last year. As the work was almost complete on San Lucas, we would switch locations mid-phase to the nearby Carara National Park, on the mainland. We'd get to live and work in not one, but two national parks. Isla San Lucas is an island located off the Pacific shore of Costa Rica in the Gulf of Nicoya and is under five square kilometres. It had been a ...
... horns. The patient also was not doing well under anesthesia and Anna was getting very stressed dealing with the prolonged surgery, emergency medicine, and treatment. The patient responded well in the end and was sent home with extra antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs to help with the healing process. Over the two days we neutered 40+ animals and treated 75+ patients total.
... coffee, all very simple but the coffee and the bread were excellent. Out for a walk around town, to be honest, it's not the prettiest city we've visited, but after an hour or so it begins to wake up, lots of open markets a folk selling their wears on the side of the street, mostly fruit and the odd guy hawking cigars, we find the bus station we're looking for and book the ten AM bus to Puerto Viego for tomorrow morning. Spend an hour or two wandering around the city before ...
... the bags came thorough fine. The ladies toilets were full and the bowls in the gents toilets were very low. Fran said that she thought that she might not feel so short here. (Not that she went into the men's loos!)
The roads to the hotel were a little busy, but the taxi driver said they were unbelievably busy. It was noticeable that there were no road marking and only speed signs near schools. I could not tell how you are meant to know when to give way. It is very clean, with ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility