Pura Vida Spa & Yoga Retreat
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... all in the same river. We walked at our own pace without a guide and I thought it was going to be a hike through the forest... Nope, paved pathways for the most part. They had several gardens to check out: butterfly, hummingbird, frogs, snakes, monkeys, toucans, jungle cats.... A lot of animals I had only seen briefly in the wild, all accessible here, so it was really cool. Got to have a toucan sit in my shoulder for a couple minutes.... Very very cool! Walking to ...
... discussion from the students and tonight they actually shared some feelings, which was nice. Not all of the students were open to sharing, but as a whole, it was an improvement. We're coming to a close with things, having only two more days in the clinic. I think the students are beginning to realize this, and are going to have a hard time leaving the children in particular, but also some of the adults. I have really enjoyed being in two clinics, even though I have had a ...
... wifi, a shower, and a bed to sleep on. That was all I needed. And like I said, the location was totally worth it (and breakfast was included!). So after checking in, we put our things upstairs and went on the search to find some breakfast. There was an awesome Colombian Panaderia about two blocks away from the hotel. We ate some delicious empanadas which was the perfect fuel after a long bus ride. Now it was time to explore the city! Since everything was ...
... 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 ...