Casi el Cielo Bed and Breakfast
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... sodas (family restaurant), surf shops and an occasional souvenir shop. The real draw here is the ocean with it's point breaks that attracts surfers from all over the world. My hostal, Posadas del Sol has five tiny rooms and is run by Doņa Leticia, a sweet lady in her 50's that bosses her handy man around most of the day. Here everything gets fixed rather than bought new. I'm estimating the two fans in my ...
... in fact, Love and God are inexpressible and will always be much greater than any
combination of consonants or vowels could portray.
is love... There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with
punishment. The one who lives in fear is not made perfect in love.” John
4:16-18. Refer back to this.
So God is love and love is the absence of
fear. We reach this level of ...
... slowly our quiet morning crew turned into a raucous band of would-be adventurers, ready to tackle a new day. Thankfully, today would be one of more rest and less busyness.
Once we all fill our bellies, we check and double check our screened huts to make sure we've gathered all our belongings. True to form, Alex left something else behind. His eagerness, coupled with his excitable, unique personality, make him a bit prone to forgetting things ...
... little villas. The acres of garden were gorgeous and I could not have chosen a better place to unwind. This region of Costa Rica is green all year round - a lush tropical lowland paradise on the Pacific.
We spent the afternoon in the pool and later ventured into town for dinner at Tortilla Flats. They do the best barbecued fish tortillas that I've ever tasted. Delicious! With only a few ...
... not be still long enough to get a good picture of them. Some of the great ones we saw were the red-headed barbet, scarlet thighed dacnis, red-legged honeycreeper, golden hooded tanager, buff throated saltater and the crowned motmot. What a wonderful treat.
Once we were inside we saw a squirrel cuckoo which was a great treat as it worked its way up and down the tree in front of us. Also saw the male and female masked tityra.
Had some ...