Cabanas de Restaurante Tiquicia
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- Continental Breakfast
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... field where I was in more group photos, this time with the girls soccer team, and I was given yet another gift. A team shirt. (It's really cool) After the photos, We sat in the "locker room" while they changed. Awko-taco #2. Like why were we in there? Anyways, we stayed and watched their game (they were so bad. Like hurt my soul to watch bad. Waukesha South would look like an Olympic team compared to these teams) after that, the four family members and I hopped ...
There will be many sad students today...both ours and theirs. The little boy I wrote about earlier who was selectively mute told Amber that she is so beautiful and he does not want her to leave. However, two new teachers arrived today from NC, so the students will get excited by that. We are off to Santa Elena, a beach on the Pacific. We have to take a ferry to get there. There should be some good photo ...
... about (but not quite) witnessing, then subsequently being involved in a collision on the way up mountain (again - just about, not quite; God is good, we're all good!). We stowed our stuff in our rooms, then gathered on the patio and fell into a wonderful time of prayer. The prevailing theme was one of peace and thankfulness that we are exactly where God wants us to be ...
... up and got fishing. I had never fished before and it took me a couple of tries to get over the gruesome nature of hooking worms for bait, however, we soon got into the swing of it, though the fish were not too interested in being caught that day. After a few tiny fish, I finally hooked a big one! Well, a big ish one (see pics!) - I was so pleased I had caught one worth keeping. When we got back to the lodge, the mother of the family said she would clean it and ...
... grabbing two pieces of pizza from a nearby by-the-slice joint. Ate in the hotel room as Mom returned and then we got ready for the day’s festivities.
Justin and Silvia picked us up about 1:15 p.m. and we drove to the University of Costa Rica campus, the country’s largest university. Silvia completed her six-year medical program there. Medical training works a little differently in Costa Rica than in the United States. Instead of attending a ...