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Voluntourist A_Broad: Costa Rica

A Humorously Written Series about my Volunteer Experience in Costa Rica

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Chapter 1: Arriving in Costa Rica

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Maximo Nivel’s “headquarters,” so-to-speak, were an oasis in the midst of the bustling, hot, sorta-smelly streets of San Jose, Costa Rica. Iron, prison-like bars enclosed many of the more, shall we say, important buildings in San Jose. Houses of the wealthier classes, schools, libraries, some high-end shops. When the stores closed up at night there, they really closed up. Short of setting something ablaze or possessing an extremely anorexic friend with a knack for thievery, the buildings were impenetrable. Maximo Nivel was no exception. White bars surrounded the outdoor courtyard and the popular snack bar that offered free coffee to members of our program. Plenty of wanderers learned of this luxury and stood to ruin it for the rest of us. I always kept a watchful eye. As far as I’m concerned, there’s never going to be enough Costa Rican light roast to go around.

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