Costa Rica…in ten seconds

27 August 2010 at 21:03 9 comments

Enjoy 🙂


“On the road in Costa Rica…in ten seconds”

And a bonus:

“Sometimes it rains here…in ten seconds”

Brothers, sisters, friends and enemies – stay high, stay dry, and keep on moving.

John Murphy is a Kiva Fellow serving at EDESA in San José, Costa Rica.  In his spare time there he enjoys taking in the equatorial sun, wanging with friends at the hostel that is his home, and distilling his experiences into 10-second video clips.

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  • 1. Edwin Au-Yeung  |  2 September 2010 at 00:01

    Cool idea John!

  • 2. Kathleen Murphy  |  1 September 2010 at 18:37

    What a creative idea! We get a nice taste of the country.

  • 3. cri  |  31 August 2010 at 12:08

    this is so amazing. BRAVO!
    everybody says “keep up the good work” so i say that too 🙂
    buona fortuna!

  • 4. Francie THompson  |  30 August 2010 at 13:21

    John. loved your interview with Vicky as it so efficiently shows many of the ways that KIVA is helping in that community. The 10 seconds in CR are so cool! Keep up the great work…you are making a real difference and seeing the world while at it. I bet you are seeing some amazing parts of Not turista CR.

  • 5. Henry Murphy  |  29 August 2010 at 03:26

    Such an adventure! Keep up the good works.

  • 6. sarahcurl  |  29 August 2010 at 01:39

    I love this…very creative

  • 7. eileen murphy  |  28 August 2010 at 12:18

    beautiful! makes me want to go back to costa rica!

  • 8. Susan  |  28 August 2010 at 07:16

    Nice post! Enjoyed my visit to Costa Rica.

  • 9. cabdinuur  |  27 August 2010 at 23:39

    asc and somail abdinur whay is

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