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Casa Beba

Flag of Costa Rica  , San José,
Tuesday, July 27, 2010

“you don't have to hold your head higher than your heart”
by Jack Johnson
Hi again not leaving another gap I thought that I would write again because of your comments I love comments they are great and I hope to answer at least one every time I go on travel pod to view my stats. I also hope you enjoyed the last blog (The new house Casa Beba).
Whats up: Whats up is a good question because really nothing has happened. School
break is over now. The first day was a bust because the teachers house flooded the day before, and she couldn't make it. We found out after my dad left so I ended up staying at school with NO teacher. I didn't get lunch because I technically speaking wasn't at school.  For lunch I went over to the soda and got a chicken enchilada. The next day was normal the teachers house was fine just a little wet.
Max is still not home from Germany so I played with Kevin. We played marbles in Spanish it is bolinchas. The next day was nothing special except that I got my “favorite” lunch.
My school schedule involves me getting to school at 11:10 and on Fridays 10:30.  I start school at 11:20 and do English class then we have lunch after that we work for 1 hr then recess and then work for 2 hr then another recess and then we work until 3:10.
On Sunday the 25th we went to a public gathering in the communal salon for an art thing I was invited to. 
Today is Tuesday the 27th 2010 and I hope you enjoyed my blog and I hope to write more soon



 GOOD LUCK



PS “you don't have to hold your head higher than your heart”



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Abuela on

Hey Dalton, just caught your blog, quite by accident as I came over to send an e-mail. Lovely! I thought the public gathering was quite intriguing, I thought for a moment it might be a cricket pitch, the field was so green. What was happening there?
Sorry about the teacher's flooded house, glad you got your favourite lunch.
Night night, sleep well. We are having the best July we ever had, Love, Abuela
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Abuelo on

Buenos Noches, chico! So glad you are adding to your blog again, we love to see and hear about your life. Love to you and your parents.
Abuelo

Vivian McCoy on

Hola Dalton: I read your blog with much interest. Loved to hear about your school. It is so interesting to read the hours you go to school. I think if I was your age I would just love to go to that school. Me gusto much la foto de tu mama en la reunion al aire libre. You hablo espanol del Peru asi que no se si tu hablas de otro modo. Me gusta much leer to blog. Hasta pronto. Como va el espanol? Do you learn it also at school or you pick it up from the people? Looking forward to reading your next entries. Bye for now. Vivian

travellerdalton
travellerdalton on

Hola Vivian si yo aprende espanol en escuela por que todo es en espanol. Me espanol no esta muy bueno pero yo intiendo usted.

travellerdalton
travellerdalton on

hey Abuela thats a soccer game abuelo posted before you if it was a race.

travellerdalton
travellerdalton on

Hi Abuelo how did you now it was bed time. Did you tell Vivian about my blog if you did thanks.

Vivian and Brian McCoy on

Hi Dalton: Acabamos de leer tu respuesta en espanol y nos dio mucho gusto. Aqui in Victoria, el dia esta nublado. Hoy fui al gimnasio I vi a tu abuelito. My esposo I you somos amigos de el y de tu abuelita. Me da mucho gusto ver que tu estas aprendiendo espanol. Vamos a tratar de escribirte una vez al mes. Ustedes estan en verano? Cual es la temperatura en Platanillo? Cuentanos de tu vida en Platanillo parece muy interesante por tu blog. Hasta pronto. Tus amigos Canadienses. Brian y Vivian McCoy

travellerdalton
travellerdalton on

Hola Vivian.
Estamos en invierno y esta lluviando pero la tempertaura es 24 C.
Adios
Dalton

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