El Hipocampo de Oro - Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Since yesterday, Tuesday, God gave us the ability to work our butts off on the concrete out front and the nursery in the back. Today we were blessed with a day off! We went to Cataratas de la Paz which is Waterfalls of peace. They have an animal rescue center there, a lot like Maymont park in Richmond. But this one is better because it has tropical animals indigenous to Costa Rica! Then we also got to go see these amazing waterfalls. God created so pretty amazing ...
Hello friends! We have arrived in Costa Rica for week two of our mission trip to IDESA in Calle Blancos. So much has been going on since we landed that this post is a little late, sorry! I wanted to catch you up on our first full day, which was yesterday, Sunday January 18.
Well after a long day of travel, beginning with the first plane in Richmond being grounded, we were quickly shuttled onto a flight to Newark to avoid missing the connecting flight in Houston and still, thanks to God's Grace and answered prayers, we were able to make it to San Jose actually earlier than our originally scheduled flights...thanks be to God!
So after a quick stop at IDISA to say hola to Pastor Miguel and his family, and ...
... rooms. He had kept a camera from someone in our group and the bird did come out so he got great pictures. Ann has sent us a copy. We did see the bird in Monteverde but this picture is great. Memo, the guide, gave us one more chance to see if the bird was out......but he was not so we get in the bus and head back up the twisty road and on to San Jose.He tells us that most travelers are glad to leave after two days because the weather is usually misty and ...
... I could learn to surf and hang out with reggae music and new good friends who became like family. We stayed in a hostel up the hill, called Luz en el Cielo, which was actually owned by a girl from Fort Collins, and felt like a jungle retreat and served delicious breakfast each morning. I ended up staying a week there, and would have stayed longer if I wasn't due to meet Anna Morris soon in Osa Peninsula.
The mornings were spent surfing at Playa Grande with Anne ...