Thursday, April 14, 2016

Day One

After arriving at Logan Airport at three in the morning, our flight took off at five. A quiet three hour plane ride later, we arrived in Miami, Florida, for a two hour layover where everyone ate breakfast and slowly woke up. At nine thirty we boarded our flight to head to Costa Rica! Once we arrived in Costa Rica we got onto our bus which brought us to our lovely hotel. After we settled in, our tour guide took us on a little walk around part of the city of San Jose. We saw the two tallest buildings in all of Costa Rica (28 stories high) and the Central Park where we saw many locals getting their daily exercise and students returning home from school. We learned that crossing the road was impossible without a crosswalk because here, unlike in America, cars will not stop for pedestrians on the road. Finishing our educational tour, the group decided to go out to lunch where we were able to have a taste of the typical daily Costa Rican food and were able to bond as a group. Returning to the hotel, the students had three hours of free time in which most students decided to spend time in the pool and hot tub at our hotel while others met up with family members here in Costa Rica. Soon we will gather in the lobby to discuss the rest of our trip and go to dinner. We hope to spend more time together during the rest of our time here.

-Tina Barsoumian and Brie Fiorentino

13 comments:

  1. ¡Que divertido! ¡Yo quiero ir a la playa! Ojala que haga sol.

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  2. ¡Ojala que la comida sea deliciosa!
    -Spencer

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  3. Espero que ustedes pasen mucho tiempo juntos

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  4. Espero que el café de Starbucks esté frío porque está muy caliente, ¿no?

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  5. ¡Ojalá que el agua esté caliente y Bonita!

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  7. Ojalá que compren buenos regalos.
    Bri

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  8. ¡Qué intersante! Espero que aprendan mucho de San Jose :)

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  9. ¡No me digas! Ojala que tengan cuidado cuando cruzan las calles.

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