Glenview Costa Rica

Today was an awesome adventure day and we went to the small village called Parismina. In Parismina we made necklaces and ate some delicious chicken and rice & beans. Yesterday we went whitewater rafting and it was awesome! I am having a lot of fun. Thanks to my mom and dad for letting me go! We have learned a lot about sea turtles and watched some people dissect a turtle nest. We also we in the Caribbean Sea. The water was warm and the sand was black.

I’ll send more messages later!

Mitchell

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Posted on July 27, 2013, in Costa Rica and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Ellen & Eugene Pritsker, Mitchell's parents

    Our dear Mitchell, it’s our pleasure to send you on such an adventurous and fan trip. Wish we could’ve come with you. Maybe in a few years when Sophie and Dylan are a little older, we all will go to Costa Rica and you’ll be our guide. 🙂

  2. Ellen & Eugene Pritsker, Mitchell's parents

    Oops, I meant to say “fun” trip. But “fan” was certainly on my mind while reading comments of other kids about high humidity and no electricity.

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