During Margherita’s second week in Costa Rica, she worked with the Plastic Arts class and saw a sloth. Here are some of the highlights from the past week!
Cover Photo: Playa del Coco. “No deje nada más que sus huellas”: leave only your footprints. I think this represents the importance that Costa Rica is giving to ecology and their effort to make people aware of the importance of respecting the planet.
My lovely kids during the Plastic Arts class: I’m supporting the teacher in an elementary school in Atenas, and this lesson is one of the most loved. Kids can express their creativity and at the same time have good fun, they made me want to join the lesson!
Empanadas time! I had a cooking class with other volunteers and we made the typical “empanadas”, a fried pastry that we stuffed with cheese, beans and potatoes: delicious! We were very proud of ourselves!
I was looking forward to seeing a sloth and finally I made it! They are very cute and funny, and really slow! They perfectly represent the essence of “Pura vida”.
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Posted by World Endeavors on August 16, 2018
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