Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to put into words (so luckily I had on the gopro!) To finish it off, we admired the view over a beer and then we went back to school. Most people stayed for a while to use the wifi or do their homework- I did both. Then I came home for dinner- we had meat tortas, avocado and egg salad, and naturally- gallo pinto. I played some games with Ashley and finally met Christian, her brother (he's usually with his girlfriend). Side note: right now in ...
... 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 :).
... First thing we did when we got there was book our adventures for the next day. We decided on an early start to get a canopy tour and ziplinging adventure in before lunch. Not the cheapest option, but definitely worth the money! A few short warm up zips through the forest prepared us for the longer zip lines over the valleys, higher up in the trees. The views were amazing, once I stopped worrying about the strong gusts of winds bringing me to a stop and getting me stuck in the middle ...
... The following morning we head back into the centre of Costa Rica for one night so we could refresh ourselves before heading to our next destination. SEPT 29TH This morning we are on our way to Santa Elena, Monteverde. This time we take a shuttle as we have heard the roads are not the best. As we begin traveling we quickly realize that the highway we are in is better condition than the one we drove on a few days prior. This is a road you would want to drive as there are so many ...
... long hike at 1:32 and exited the national park at 1:44, driving 17 minutes east into La Fortuna, population 10,000. We stopped first at the Original Grand Gallery, a large woodworking shop, then sat down to lunch at 2:25 at Delicias de Costa Rica restaurant, which Justin and Silvia had recommended from a prior visit only to realize the menu had totally changed to their displeasure. I had fajitas, which were pretty good, and dashed across the street to a ...