Vista Drake Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
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... week, and he has some of his own coffee plants that he maintains to organic standards. We were fortunate to get to drink some of his coffee while we were there. He uses a popcorn popper to roast his own beans, and they were so delicious. This and Wilson’s coffee (below) are the freshest coffees I’ve ever tasted.
Wilson and Martina’s coffee
When we visited Wilson and Martina last week, we were invited inside ...
... food, and to setup a time for us to come by and experience the coffee harvest. Oh, yeah, because they own a coffee farm! So we setup a tentative time early next week to come by for that, and Martina said she would call us back after discussing with Wilson.
About an hour later, we get a visit from Wilson himself. We discuss the plans for next week, and he offers to bring us to his house in his car today so we can see ...
... We booked it back to the bungalows and Cameron did an amazing job cooking once again so that everyone could eat before we went to the orphanage in San Isidro. We loaded up and met the McKeithens in Domincal to follow them. The road to San Isidro is very curvy and up a mountain; however, it was absolutely gorgeous. They had warned us all that car sickness could be an issue, but I think everyone was able to get through it with relatively no issues. ...
... Everyone kept giving me a hard time about how "unhappy" they were to be stuck there. The other group came back about half time, and we didn't want to go. The guy in charge said that his workers would love to watch the game, so we could go after. We ended up staying there to watch the rest of the game, and it was awesome! Check out my Facebook for videos! The view we had from atop the mountain was absolutely amazing. We found ...
The people are most gracious and happy to see us. It is hard to imagine that many children actually have to quit school to work on pineapple or other agricultural farming to help provide for their families. We were fortunate enough to visit a pineapple plantation. Here the hard working people of this beautiful country work 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Kind of makes working in a cube seem pretty darn swell.