Costa Rica Part II

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If you have read any of my last five posts, you know that I just returned from Costa Rica. This trip was not purely touristic, as I took a group of students there. We had several goals for the trip that I outlined in this post. Here is our itinerary.

Arriving in San Jose, Costa Rica

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8 thoughts on “Costa Rica Part II

  1. Whew, I am exhausted by all the work, play, heat and humidity in your post! The coolest thing (get it?) is that the kids will remember this experience all their lives, and for some it will inspire a life-long love of travel.

  2. Oh my gosh you stayed busy!!!! WHAT FUN. D’Arcy is right…. this will be a memory and experience like no other in their lives. (yours too, no doubt) Fabulous pictures, Jessica.

    • Thank you. The best way to keep kids out of trouble when chaperoning a trip is to keep them too busy to have time to get in trouble and to tired to want to. Or maybe that is what kept us chaperones out of trouble. Whatever it was, it worked!

    • I cannot recommend it enough. This was my second trip, and I am already anxious for the third! I also want to go to Colombia. I have been in Cucuta on the border of Venezuela many times, but I want to see the interior of Colombia, especially now that it is getting safer.

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