Pura Vida Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... right after I began to think about extending my studies by one week. My body is telling me to go home and rest. The constant all-day walking and hiking everywhere is beginning to takes its toll and I'm tired. I need a long soak in a spa tub and a really thorough manicure/pedicure combo.... And a couple visits to Massage Envy, my backpack has on my back nearly 24/7. Went on the tour anyway... Wow, it was beautiful. It's a giant park attraction built around ...
... grows here in rich dirt fields unlike how it grows in water in Hawaii) and yuca...a potato like tuber. Pineapples are a big crop here and they are sorted in sizes....# 8 go to Europe (8 in a box), #5 goes to US (5 in a box....we like them bigger!).
First stop was town of Sonafluca where we visited a farm and got to make our own empanadas from the corn flour (Masa), salt and water mixed by the mother at the house. We each ...
... we bought small Chinese umbrellas to keep us dry and completed our circuit of the central shopping and commercial areas.
The next day we went to learn about the rain forest by crossing to the Caribbean slopes of Costa Rica’s highland range around Guapiles. We drove out of the concrete and traffic of San Jose through the Cloud Forest, where the forest is always wet and most of the day is shrouded in mist, to get to the rain forest. We drove ...
Today we did so much! We went to the National Children's hospital. I learned more about that hospital than I have about the hospitals back home. The business plan is fantastic and they have amazing programs but the infrastructure is so badly lacking! We were shown the General admitence beds, oncology department, immunology, nephology, along with the education department that comes to the hospital because there are patients that are terminal, chronic, or ...
... and over looks the Rio Grande Valley. Verry Steep! We stayed in the cottage and the grounds until dinner. The food is good and the salad is made from local produce very tasty. I am looking forward to a good nights sleep. Our cottage does not have air conditioning I don't think any of the 10 units do. Also our shower is outside the room still very private but quite ...