Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... because they really focus on our weak points (mines the past tense and I already feel 99% better about it than I did on Sunday. After class we had a free day so some of us went to town and did some shopping. I finished up getting my souvenirs as well as some little gifts for my host family. I got Don Miguel a small pocket knife, Doña Esperanza a pair of earrings and Ashley a cute little Slap Bracelet (she loved it!) I also gave them some post cards from New ...
... are just
a result of being uncomfortable or being sad.
On a lighter note, the interpreter today had a brain ****
and had to ask me what "wrist" was in Spanish (muņeca for the
record), and I had a very successful Spanglish conversation with the
administrators at Jireh today. Our day there got particularly chaotic at the
end of the day...patient 2 arrived 40 minutes late, patient 3 arrived 30
minutes early, ...
... cycle: egg, larvae, pupa, and adult. Most butterflies perch and love to bask in the sun. Scientists believe their wings collect sun rays and act as a "solar heater". The lifespan of a butterfly is short, from a few days to about 8 months. Butterflies are generally a solitary animal. When they open their wings, some Owl ...
... the armrest. We both also had a terrible fear of not reaching our hotel by nightfall, as night-driving was near the top of the list of “Things not to do in Costa Rica if you value your life” in nearly every guidebook. Despite this fear, I was facing a more immediate concern...Heather having a heart attack, so I whipped our truck off of the road and into the parking lot of our first soda, the little mom and pop roadside food stands that are all over in Costa ...
... green plants. Among the various bird species we saw, the most beautiful would have had to be the Toucans and Quetzel, which happens to be the national bird of Guatemala and one which people come repeatedly to try and spot. Aside from the avian varieties we saw, our guide was able to find some other interesting species for us to look at, some of which included: - Tiger beetle - Agouti, resemblance of a large rat - White-Nosed Coatimundi - A variety of bee which uses ...