Apartotel & Suites Villas del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... from Nicaragua and Guatemala be fed by PAVOS church lead by Rodrique and Elizabeth Cascante. We saw the faces of malnourishment; children that looked 4 years old were closer to 8 or 9. It's harder to see in person than when a commercial comes on and we can look away from the ugliness of poverty. In our fellowship with the Pastor it sounds like they would benefit greatly from more sponsorship, and it sounds like a possible beautiful ...
... attempt to stay in touch with each person we met- it was like making friends in the way that kids do. The evening wore on, as I began to wonder what we would do without having devices, email, or some sort of mental work to balance the day with. I did have a small little notebook. But then we taught the German pair how to play euchre, were served a fruit-alicious cocktail with dinner, and chatted until we decided to turn in - @ 9PM! Time moves slowly out in the ...
... backs. These are popular with tourists because they fold up flat like a suitcase and can be taken home on the airplane.
A local guide showed us how the oxcart wheels are manufactured, using a design that evolved from crude, one-piece wheels to a complex creation using 16 wedges of ...
... and caused me to trust them even more.
Zach Snell - I have never felt such a great sense of accomplishment in my life. Our teamwork and perseverance allowed us to build a home in one week that will provide shelter and security for a lifetime. We were able to give a family something other than a dirt floor to sleep on for the first time in their lives!
Kelly Larmon - hope!
Stacia - Gratitude is my word for the week...for the chance to go on this ...
... Hebrews reminds us how we are to live and grow as followers of Christ and how Jesus was the perfect example set before us. Jesus is the great high priest who is able to sympathize and relate to all our weaknesses and temptations and burdens. Jesus was not ashamed to call men his brothers. He is able to help us as we are continually tempted and pulled away from truth and as we cry out to God for clarity and answers. ...