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... lady at the beginning, you put in at their family home, he leads the tour, his niece cooks the food (under the direction of the Abuela), he only hires people from the village area. He puts his money where his mouth is. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_R eview-g309289-d6434696-Reviews-Aventura s_Tropicales-Quepos_Province_of_Puntare nas.html
Went back and Marcus and I walked ...
Whilst it has been established that all the schools operate under chaos and disorganisation, with severe lack of communication. It appears too that the GVI program itself is not overly dissimilar. Last Friday I was allocated a prep day to prepare for the science workshop the following week (today). This was discussed during that week so that all other staff and volunteers knew that I was doing this. Although I had no idea whatsoever what to do, and was given ...
... and shared a bottle of Argentinian wine. My Spanish was getting decent when it came to ordering and I was proud of how I did. We took a taxi back to the hotel instead of walking again and got ready to head out to the airport and the long trip home.
I'm not sure why, but everyone's advice to us about Costa Rica was wrong. We were told to bring crazy strong bug spray and never opened it. We were told to bring rain gear and warm clothes and never wore them. We were ...
... looking for okra in Quepos to make his non-English speaking buddy some gumbo for his birthday. I don't know what their relationship wants, but thought "don't ask, don't tell" was the prudent choice here. After lunch, where everyone got ice cream for dessert, we trooped down the stairs to the street and waited on the van. When it arrived, the guide said goodbye, and the driver took us each to our hotels, around 12:15pm. I texted Marianne ...
... we three settled into the van, the driver turned and said "no inglés", and I responded "hablo español un poco". The driver smiled and I thought here's a great time to take my Spanish for a test drive. With "como se llama" I found out his name was Tony, which seemed to please him greatly, since most gringos never ask and don't care, which Ticos find very rude. I asked the length of the trip (cuatro horas, más o menos) and if we ...