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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So I didn't realize just how bad I was at soccer until I decided to play with a group of twelve year old ticos. It was truly embarrassing! Even the three year old played better than I did. Que asco! To my credit though, I did get a little better as he game went on.I actually scored one goal, but I think they might have let me have that one! It was so much fun! It took us almost two hours to get all of Bren's friends together and the game only ...
... afternoon was spent playing with the kids. Noelle prepared bubbles for the kids and that was a hit. Several of us couldn't pass up an opportunity to jump on the trampoline and play on the playground equipment.
Every evening we meet with someone from the Hogar de Vida staff. Last night we met with Tim. He gave us his testimony and a strong message about being obedient to what God is telling you to do. ...
... m going back tomorrow. And Friday. Oh boy. Nah! It's all good. Just very different. After school, we walked home and had dinner (since it was already 5:30!) and then we met the rest of the town. I have met so many people but I don't remember their names. They are all so nice and funny! We walked around town for like 2.5 hours walking into random houses (at least random to me) and chatting with the residents. We walked by the church and I signed a sheet of paper ...
... my friends here and in return have been blessed by God with an amazing feeling of freedom. I look forward to the rest of this week and how god is going to continue showing up.
We are currently sitting around debating on these topics and listing them on our things to Google when we return.
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... bigger than Rhinos, loads of bars, some dodgems (reminded me of my brother) and our first outing to a rodeo. We spent the day with a couple we met from New Zealand, both Doctors, and younger than me. Great to spend time with, although sometimes their humour was too intelligent, even for me! The first rider got pummelled by the Bull, and was instantly "posted" like a letter into the Red Cross tent, we were later told someone died doing this last ...