Vista Drake Lodge
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... by the time we returned. We showered and had pancakes for breakfast. One of my favorite times of every day is morning devotions and quiet time. Prior to the trip, we asked some of the student leaders to lead a morning devotion at some point during this trip. They've done a great job so far. That is then followed by 20+ minutes of alone quiet time with God. I really enjoy having that time set aside every day for God and me. After quiet time, we split ...
... and walked to a magic oasis called 'Aqua Caliente' (Hot Water). Surrounded by tropical trees, next to a big and sparkling river we discovered two natural tropical pools, filled with clear and warm thermal water. Senior Solis went for a swim while we were relaxing next to the pool with our feet inside the water.
Thank you Karen and Senior Solis for this wonderful day!
... of Fear by uniting and acting
in Love. We become conscious and vigilant of the poisons and the distractions;
the Flouride, the GMO’s, the pharmaceuticals, the chemicals that we had been
bombarded with from every angle – NOW WE FIGHT AGAINST. We fight in faith and
we fight in discipline. We no longer give life support to Fear by PURCHASING toxic food and drink, soap and shampoo, evil media outlets! Now we
buy locally, we ...
We left San Jose on a 6 hour journey to Buenos Aires. Our first stop on the trip south was to visit some very popular locals; the crocodiles. The team enjoyed watching these beautiful prehistoric creatures as they bathed in the hot sun on the river shore. After being awe-struck by these beautiful creatures we soon learned that was only a mere introduction as to what layahead of us.
The next stop on our ...
... She nails them with ease. A couple of the guys attempt to dive head first, but apparently decide against it mid-jump and awkwardly enter the water on multiple occasions, only to get back up and try it again. Diane wrestles the camera away from me and I’m soon in the water and making my way up the rope. Not only is the swim a challenge, but the water really beats down on you as you try to climb. The footholds are obscured by the falling water, so the guides are ...