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FIERCE FUN Print E-mail

Attention - all those kids and grown-ups

who like fun on wheels in the great outdoors!

An exciting, new, ecologically sound and sustainable adventure center for the family will open just outside Cóbano, in December 2010. Adults and children will be able to choose many different sorts of wheels to blaze different trails, get exercise and have a lot of good old plain fun. You'll be able
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Poi / Fire Dancing Print E-mail
Poi is the Maori word for a "ball on a cord”, which is used as a form of juggling where the balls are swung around the body. The word "Poi" is both plural and singular. (I have one Poi, he has two Poi).Traditional Maori poi consists of two flax strings attached to weighted balls of moss and other materials. The strings are swung rhythmically while dancing or storytelling and are used as percussive instruments, since they made distinctive sounds as they travel through the air or brush the body.
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Madre NATURALEZA Print E-mail
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¡Ooh¡ Pobre de ti
Madre NATURALEZA,
que a tus hijos
han maltratado
y su vida arrebatado.
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Life Print E-mail
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To live
If life is a dream then death would be to wake up.
To live is to hear, to see,
to be what ever you want to be.
What about death, the same as life ?
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How to make a MASK and a FISH Print E-mail
ImageAt Inspiracion Gallery we've found great pleasure in making art out of discarded plastic bottles. These projects have increased our awareness of plastic waste. Now we cannot ignore the many bottles on the side of the road, at the beach, and overflowing community trash cans.
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Spanish Articles Print E-mail
ImageDefinition: In Spanish, nouns are either masculine or feminine. Each gender has its own article. Nouns that end in -a are almost always feminine and nouns that end in -o are almost always masculine. The difference between definite articles and indefinite articles can be talking about a specific hen, or any unspecific hotel.
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Summer!! party time Print E-mail

las manchas Don´t miss out on all the fun that the Costa Rican summer has to offer. The Christmas season kicks off with an impressive parade of floats decorated by many public service affilates. Children will delight in the guest appearance of Santa Claus. The "Festival de Luz" is held in the first days of December in San José. The longest festival of the country is held in Palmares during 2 weeks in the beginning of the year. The festival brings together traditions of the past and newer influences of our modern day, including a grand techno party.

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KABUTO & KOJI Print E-mail

La música ocupa un lugar muy importante en la escena artística de San José, ya que con ella muchos jóvenes logran expresarse y llevar su mensaje a todos los que los escuchan.
Esta forma de expresión forma parte importante del progreso de la ciudad, ya que cada día son más los músicos interesados en dejar muy alto el nombre de Costa Rica en el exterior, gracias a ello este país ya cuenta con un premio Grammy con el grupo Editus, y varias nominaciones con otros artistas jóvenes y talentosos.

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