Pura Vida Spa & Yoga Retreat
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... disability of the residents and the language barrier. But as I was meeting and hugging and holding [their] hands ...., I felt heartbroken over the thought that every single one of them had been abandoned. When I looked into their eyes, I saw so much love and it was incredibly humbling. - -Graduate Student, 2014
REFLECTION AFTER PROJECT ACTIVITY
I started out so apprehensive and ...
... t the best place to be to be roaming around at night. After buying some more souvenirs, we headed back to our hotel for our last night in Costa Rica.
The following morning we woke up for an early breakfast, went to buy some last minute gifts, and headed out to the airport. About 4 blocks from our hotel was a direct shuttle bus that you can take from downtown San Jose to the airport for only $1! So worth it!!!!!!! Pura Vida Costa Rica! Until next time!
... to grab a bite and head to two other local bars with good food - both are closed. Turns out if there aren't enough people to warrant keeping the bar open, they shut down early. We head to a local chinese food place, I'm not typically a fan of chinese food - but it has never looked or tasted so good. 2.8 Colones for a heaping plate of food - not bad. We decide to call it a night. Thanks Julian for completely turning our day ...
... of a base for touring surrounding areas rather than having much to offer itself and so we booked a tour with Manfred for the following day. It turned out to be just him, me and Ryan driving around for the day which was cool as we could move about at our own pace and also get to chat a lot with Manfred. He first took us to the river tarcoles about two hours from San Jose where we were able to see huge crocodiles lounging around in the sun ...
... the first time with my fellow Volunteer Managers tonight, ahead of a couple of weeks training where I'm sure it'll all become clear-ish! I won't be able to update my blog frequently whilst I'm on expedition, but for those of you interested in my exploits during this time, there is a Raleigh Expedition blog. It's already up and running and the link is below: http://www.raleighinternational.org/ri- blogs/raleigh-costarica-nicaragua Over and ...