Playa Grande Surf Camp
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... relationships with the families in the community. Many lives were touch by God, from Costa Rica and also from our young ladies from Harvest. I ask that you continue to pray for Gods blessings on each of the girls and those that they are in community with as they prepare their hearts and spirits for the last full day tomorrow in Costa Rica. They have also asked me to let you know that as soon as they can they will continue ...
... a bit tired of the twitching but that will be compensated by some zip-lining once we get to Monteverde .The Spanish is improving although I'm sure I sound like an absolute retard. Anyway, people take pity and are generally very helpful. As mentioned earlier, next up is Monteverde / Santa Elena. Bring it on!
Hmm, anyway - there will be no zip-lining for me, ...
... down the road. Lana ordered the vegetable plate, which was dominated by the usual rice and black beans, plus coleslaw, and a steamed veggie mixture of cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. Bob branched out and had a fish soup and a heart-of-palm salad.
Lunch was a peaceful interlude to our day of travel. As we all sat together at a long table overlooking a rushing stream and enjoying our food, the conversation flowed for well over an hour. By now we’ve all gotten ...
Today the four of us, Mary, Myself, Rolf and Diana decided to take a hike over to the black sand beach. This is on the other side of the mountain at the north end of our 3 mile stretch of beach in Playa Grande. It was great to take an adventure with our small group of travelers from Casa Camaleon. We set off along the 3 mile stretch of beach as the sun was still pretty low in the morning. It is impossible to describe in words ...
Today the 3-4th graders are going on a field trip, some 3 hours by bus (donated) to a place called Eco Lodge, at the base of in the Arenal Volcano. There were 14 kids and 11 volunteers/ chaperones. We left at 7:00 A.M., heading toward the volcano which we soon could see in the distance.
As we approached the hills we could see many wind turbines (and many mobile phone transmission ...