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Our trip began with a very early wake up call, 4am for me...flight leaving at 8:20am. We left an hour late, due to some sort of passenger issue, which made our connection in Miami a little tight. I didn't receive a seat assignment when we left DC for the MIA to San Jose flight, so I hurried to the gate and ended up with a middle seat (again)...but got to sit in the aisle so a small family could sit together. Score! Our flight from MIA to SJO ...
... the flight which was quite nice, we then headed to the gate. Just as they were about to start boarding an airport guard with a rifle turns up orders everybody out of the gate and searches everyone's bag before they can board. Not sure what they were looking for, we had already been through security with metal detectors and X-rays but everyone was able to board thought it was minus a few water bottles. Business class was ...
... of our life. I just finished reading through Acts, and I was amazed at how similar Paul's experiences with evangelizing were to those that Christians face today, besides the fact that he was continually beaten and jailed, which really puts the disappointments Christians and ministry leaders today in the US in perspective! How easy we have it, as we can share Christ to our peers and sphere of influence without any consequences, besides maybe feeling awkward or getting rejected. Paul ...
... into the turquoise water and once again struggled to believe my surroundings. This feeling continued as I spent the next 2 days in paradise snorkelling in 20m visibility, eating monstrous sized Caribbean crustaceans, soaking in the sun and just getting used to the easy living in the company of 16 other awesome travellers from around the globe.
A few days later I found myself on the Pacific side of Costa Rica in Pavones. Home to the second largest left break in the world it was ...
Yesterday, we both needed a 'mental health day' so Morgs had the day off school and we headed to the centre of San Jose.
Public transport here is so convenient. Bus timetables don't exist as buses run in and out of town every couple of minutes. From our suburb it is a 20 min ride into the city centre. It costs 230 colones which is about 50 cents. Cheap and convenient. The down side is the pollution. The black smoke that ...
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