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... stay once in the home and we are the first people to rent it out. It is a few months old and her own home is less than a year old. So then I found out that Kim's father in law is the "grandfather of raw food eating" and has written 6 books and his home is just over the hill and he is having a week long seminar on February 18th and I can attend. Very amazing how God works out details. This place feels like home to ...
... The kids and Andrew swam across the tidal pool to a 30 foot boulder to climb and jump into the waterfall pool. They said it was very cold!
Drew found the perfect souvenir, a hand carved wooden iguana about a foot tall which cost only $25. Drew loves a good bargain!
Speaking of bargains, Drew and I found a great little 'soda' (native cafe), La Naranja, with fresh fruit juice. My chicken and avocado sandwich was huge. Lunch cost us only $11 with the ...
... br> Each time we post pictures on here, we will try and write a little something about whats happening.
September 5, 21013
Yesterday we spent most of the day at our pool because the sun finally came out. September and October are considered the rainy seasons here and for good reason. We decided that any time the sun came out and it looked clear, we were going to enjoy it! When it is overcast out, we decided we would do ...
... for and the waterfall was certainly an adventure we were glad we stayed an extra day for.
HappE: Is the barefoot guy standing in the water reading a magazine?
Krystal: Hell yes he is, probably the medicine man!
(Krystal continues to take photos of pretty things)
HappE: Hmm Krystal.
HappE: I think the medicine man ...
... didn’t quite deliver what was
expected. The girls ordered chow mein to share, and what arrived instead of a
plate of stir fried noodles was instead a cauldron of veg in gravy, and a plate
piled high with huge deep fried crispy noodles. They weren’t best pleased. Theo
and I however ordered incredibly lavishly (our most expensive meal) and had a
feast fit for a king.
We had most of the next morning to explore Bogota ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet