Country Inn & Suites San Jose
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... whom we are staying with him and his family) interviewed a Deaf and blind brother who was born deaf but when he was 3 years old, his aunt abused and blinded him. The interview was about the love that the congregation and his fellow witnesses show him in comparison and the work that goes in to tactile intervening for him and helping him get to meeting and field service.
By the time Sunday rolled around, I was confidently understanding ...
Let me start by saying; that if there was ever any doubt over my surfing ability, the past 2 days have confirmed that I am in no way a natural born surfer. I mean, I have the shaggy hair, unshaven look, the tan that's coming along and I can carry a surfboard, basically I look the part out of the water. However, once you throw me into the big blue it all falls apart. Due to it being too long to travel directly from Antigua, Guatemala to León, ...
... So we all headed to town to buy some food ready for the celebrations, a barbeque! With the aussies using thier outback skills we got the fire blasting!! Potato salad and all meats imaginable, plus beers, jagermiester and tequila! Life is Good in El Tunco!
Our closest surf spot, El Sunzal, was a fast right point break over rocks as big as mini's! But nonetheless the peaks were crowded with beginners to experts. We spent hours in and ...
... out. The beach had waves with about 10 foot faces and they were mostly closing out. None-the-less, I paddled out and was able to catch a few waves that were really fun. After those bigger days, the surf backed off to about chest to head high for the rest of the time I was there. I was even lucky enough to get myself a decent barrel! Waldo tried surfing, but he is really bad at it.
After saying good-bye to the awesome town of ...
... Clair chimed in with a story of a girl she had met who was escorted off a bus by police and released only after she gave them $300. An extreme case according to Darren. Darren suggested we look into taking a private boat from La Union, El Salvador, across the Gulf, directly to Nicaragura and bypassing Honduras altogether. He remembered the boat cost being about $150 if we get a private boat. And if ...
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