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Nice place with free bfast but a bit expensive. US35 for a double room with shared bathroom.
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Ben says: Here is a lengthy video that might just describe our pool party last night here at the camp pool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EvkscCb 9k0&sns=em (Randal suggested) Everyone has been quite sluggish today. The effects of the long days having a blast with kids and our rowdy pool party last night have been draining. Everyone had a nap today as well as spend some quite time reflecting on the week so far. I hope these guys are feeling a ...
So almost a full month has passed since the last entry. For that I am sorry, sorry on two accounts! 1) Because I know that this is the most amazing blog ever and the players at home must be having withdrawals and 2) now I have to try to bloody remember all the details.
That being said our month in San Jose, Costa Rica was always going to be lighter on the adventure side and far heavier on the cultural immersion, so hopefully the details will flow back relatively easily!
... curb just in time, but after that success we were on our way. The job site at the church today took care of many small things and continued the big exterior wall project. A broken door bell - fixed. This is no ordinary door bell as it lets people inside to open the security gate to the grounds for visitors. First time visitors to San Jose will seep virtually all residences and businesses with a security gate often topped by razor wire around their perimeter and even electric ...
... of my ability to comprehend and then relay my message all in Spanish! I then had the talk of going back to the electronics counter to get a local cell phone so I can communicate with everyone here. I was able to pick my phone and plan all in Spanish again! It is a great feeling of independence and accomplishment to be able to tackle such things in a foreign country while speaking the native language and I love the challenge!
After my ...