Bahari Beach Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... s accomplishments could have been devastating. Not for this team. Without a sigh, the team cleaned up the challenge presented by Mother Nature and we eventually finished digging the remaining holes.
With the holes for the support beams complete, the group was divided into groups. Some mixed and poured cement. Some unloaded concrete walls from the flat bed (truck). Others stained and painted houses that were started ...
... that I spent 3 hours doing yesterday morning (and Mum and Dad, I suggest you sit for down this) – I cleaned the oven….yes, you did read correctly..!
The manky, not really working, black, filthy oven is now a gleaming silver colour inside and now works…and all the manky, black grease I scrubbed off is now imbedded in my fingers and under my nails despite numerous attempts at scrubbing ...
... bad Yannick’s t-shirt is completely soaked; sweat is dripping down our arms and legs and even our eyelids are perspiring. When we finally get to the beach, we decide tot ake a good long break to catch our breath and take care of some maintenance – we change Shirley’s brake cable and pad and fix a leak in her inflatable sleeping pad. Yannick goes for a swim and gets pummeled by overhead waves perfect for surfing, but a little ...
... ride home, Leesa has the idea that we should catch the bus from a different town and it will only take 3 hours instead of 7 back to San Jose, so of course this sounds like a great idea. Well we have to take an hour long bus to this town then wait another hour and half for the bus to San Jose, which didnt have any seats available so we had to stand the whole way back!! Thanks Leesa! Great idea! jk jk In theory it would've been better we just didnt get there at the right ...
Hey Update. I'm currently in Uvita Costa Rica at a place called Cascada Verde. This place is pretty awesome in the jungle with a crazy view looking out to the ocean. The people are all so different, each one is so unique. There is this lady from Germany GashaNe who quit her Lawyer job and came here to volunteer and do yoga... she's like 50 and has this funny broken English. I find my self laughing not only at her but with her ...