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Success in Costa Rica. Pt. 1

March 15, 2010

The Edge of the World crew had a wonderful time in Costa Rica this past week.  I think the students had an equally great time as well.

On Thursday (3/4), I took a few students to Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve, near Cabuya.  We stopped a few times along the way.  Take a look at some of the scenery and the students at work.

When we arrived, we were greeted by some very kind volunteers.  They walked us around the reserve showing us the animals that they have rescued.  We were able to play with Ante the Ant Eater and photograph the many birds they had.  After walking around for a bit we heading straight for the monkeys.  They had 5 in total.  3 babies that would crawl on your head and rest there and 2 older monkeys that were not as active.

(One of our students letting a monkey crawl on her.)

The monkeys were very sweet and loved having people pay all sorts of attention to them.  Here’s some more photo’s of our students hard at work.
Stay tuned for more entries about our Costa Rican adventure.

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