Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recently, and went for a brief walk with two American girls, whose parents had originally come from South Korea and China respectively. There had been one annoying lady who is staying here, and she does nothing but moan. In her defence, somebody apparently nicked her spaghetti. She looks like she is in her 60's and she managed to annoy all the members of staff who were on duty. I tried to stay clear of her, and pretty much succeeded. Time to call it a night........
... we got on the bus and were driving around. San Jose is beautiful! We've been walking around and all that jazz. We ate at this AMAZING authentic restaurant and it was a great start to being here. The food was so amazing. :) We've just been sitting around in the hotel goofing off. I've been taking pictures on my camera and hanging out in Ian's room. Ian has been dancing, cars have been honking, it's been a blast and it's only the first night. I'm excited for the rest of the trip ...
... connect-four while our food was being prepared. I guess it wasn't the most Costa Rican meal we could have for our last night, but it was fun!
2.45am and we're up. The girls are all packed and we find ourselves hugging multiple times before they get into the taxi to the airport. It was sad saying goodbye to the girls, but I will be back quite soon, so I'm just glad that we got to explore Costa Rica together and that came at all.
My last day ...
... physically challenging the week flew. I am glad we were able to make a difference for one family. Fun Fact - You can almost set your watch by the rain that comes every afternoon. It is refreshing after a sweaty day of work!
Janice Young : Most often heard on the job site; " Do you need help over here?"and "Let me take over, you take a break". Such great team work!
Kim Vander Wyst: This was the most physical work that I've encountered on any Thrivent Builds ...
... trying to hold conversation in Spanish with about 7 or 8 people!! Ahh it was a challenge but I did my best haha. God really challenged me today and I really had to just go for it-despite looking or feeling stupid or being afraid to fail. I also got asked to share my testimony to a whole big group of Tikos, next Thursday night, at a soccer game party that Cru is putting on. God really laid it on this morning haha funny how he answers prayers sometimes in ways ...