Showing some people around
Our friends, Andrea and Beto, who run the Casa Al Revez (Upside Down House) organize projects for young tourists who want to experience the Costarican culture through volunteerism. We were asked if we would be willing to give a tour of our property and explain what our day-to-day life consists of and talk about what we've learned since we've arrived.
It was pouring when they arrived, but they were all enthusiastic and their spirits weren't dampened. We pressed on. The rain stopped about 20 minutes later... the tour lasted over an hour and a half. Everyone seemed to like the guesthouse, and especially the outdoor shower (it made quite an impression on them). They had lots of questions and were all engaged in the conversation. I think they enjoyed themselves. We certainly did.
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