We just got out of our exam. It’s cloudy outside and all I want to do is lay out for one last day, but we’re sitting in the cafeteria right now until lunchtime and then I’ll go back and pack. Elise and I just went to the tiendita and celebrated by getting Dos Pinos ice cream (mine is vainilla, fresa y limon) and platanos, so I’ll probably feel pretty sick in like an hour or so, but oh well, it’s good food.
The exam was pretty hard. Just the multiple choice, anyway. I’m so bad at multiple choice exams. That’s why I suck in the bschool. And our exam was switched to half multiple choice at the last second…which means I blew it. I rocked the essays, though. One of my questions from my question set was used as an essay question, which was awesome – an automatic 20 points. I just can’t stand multiple choice, though – it’s so subjective.
We have a pretty good afternoon planned. I guess we’re going to Escazu for a nice dinner and then we’ll hit all the bars. We haven’t been there yet, so it’ll be a great last night here. We might also go to the zoo down the street for the afternoon. I’m not so much an animal person – and it’s not like we need to really go to the zoo anyway, there are enough animals in the wild here – but the walk will probably be nice. Some people are going bungee jumping, but I really might just want to spend my afternoon around here since it’s our last day. Honestly, I really want to go bungee jumping. I just wish they would have gone earlier in the week instead of today. So we’ve divided up into two groups: the tame group (the zoo) and the daring group (bungee jumping).
Okay, so as I’m writing this, people from both camps are coming up to persuade us to do one thing or the other. I really don’t know what to do. Oh, choices. I guess I’ll figure it out and write about it later.