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... and is there to assist in whatever way possible. This was just another experience today which made us so thankful for all that we have.
We went back to the bungalows to relax before returning back to Iglesia de la Costa for a prayer service and Spanish Bible study. They have an hour for prayer every Wednesday night at 5:30. They play music during it, but it's a time for silent prayer. This was a great time for all of us as most of us don't just set aside an ...
... to the to the other end at the beach. Small as it is, it does have an excellent Information Centre and the girl was very helpful with telling us everything that we could do in the area and in the surrounding area further south. She also confirmed that Hotel Luz de Luna, one we had been thinking about, was a very good choice especially given the green season price.
We walked down a dirt road, towards the beach, for 200m and came to the hotel. The rooms are more ...
... I decided to volunteer at an orphanage at some point along this journey. Not for any free board or anything in return, but simply to give service. I know this class might sound a bit cult-ish, but being in it was very moving and definitely the best yoga experience of my life.
Sam also had some pretty special jams at envision. Most people were carrying some kind of unique instrument on them, so each time he busted it out people would drop what they were doing, whip ...
... rain held off until we got there so we didn't have to contend with that as well as the steep rocky pathways, and the vicious winds up near the base camp!
The base camp at Chirripo is a bizarre little place, a hostel if you like, in the glacial valleys of the Talamanca cordillera (i do believe that is the corret spelling). the views are undescribably beautiful.
From here, we set out the next morning before sunrise, with only our headtorches ...
... in the states, he married a Tico girl and settled here in CR.
We wandered down the highway tonight to the Roadhouse, owned by some people from Arkansas. We've been there about 3 times now... lots of good music, good food and great people. It's kind of the Canadian/American hangout in this area we think. One of the staff, Alice, is from Cape Cod, but is neighbours with a former SK lawyer named Bob Hurley.... anyone know him?? The name seems familiar, but we're ...