During Margherita’s third and final week in Costa Rica, she spent time with the kids at her school and did a bit of exploring. Here are some of the highlights from the past week!
Cover Photo: We took this picture in Jacó Beach, we had a day off because it was Mother’s Day in Costa Rica and we decided to explore the nearest beach to the town – great waves and good fun!
Me and Camila, the youngest child at Super Kids Montessori, the school where I spent my afternoons, playing with them and having a lot of fun. I even learned something new, as I had to changed her diaper a couple of times!
Café y tortilla con natilla, the typical Costa Rican “merienda”, energetic and so tasty! The best thing after a though day!
“Exploring new paths”: here I was exploring the old railway, that connected Atenas to the capital. Unfortunately it has been dismissed some years ago, and now the only way to go to San Jose is by bus.
My last day at Atenas central school, with my second grade kids (aged 8) – I will miss them so much! I had a great experience there and will never forget them!
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Posted by World Endeavors on August 28, 2018
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