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... it, whilst they are there- all in all feeling fabulous and breezy.
The thing is, although they say all these things, and of course it is important that you are aware of them and take heed, most of it could apply to any country you are in, Don't walk through a park and night on your own etc..and yet at the same time, in some ways it does feel a bit safer as they have guards in little huts on nearly every street. Now I say guards, they are ...
... Market. It is full of energy, colors and aroma. There is something for everyone there! Shortly after entering the Central Market, we smelled freshly roasted coffee. It did not take us a long time to discover a small, simple coffee shop which a big roasting machine.
When Max was in San Jose 5 years ago, he visited a nice coffee shop called 'El Tostador' (The Roaster). He remembered the location of this coffee shop ...
... and that he has watch over our families while we're away. As we wrapped up prayer, Tim joined us and we had a short time of worship with Mike leading on Ukulele. As a group, we've quickly bonded, and are generally having a blast just being with one another. Please pray for everyone's well being on this trip, and that each of us would encounter God in a fresh, unique way. ...
... too rough, but instead went for an early morning walk along the beach which was nice. The Finnish girls left early, so I spent the day hanging out with the Swiss guys who were now in our room, drinking, playing cards, and attempting to surf at Dominical beach (which was way too difficult for us - especially since we were trying after a few beers).
The next day was another early wake up - finally off to see Anna!!
I had 7 hours in 2 buses ...
... was so close to us I thought it was going to jump onto the kayak. It was really great just sitting watching them. We also saw a kingfisher who had just caught a fish and a small crocodile. That evening we left dinner early to go on a night bug tour. We took a boat across the river and were each given a head torch to wear. Tracey, the guide is known locally as the bug lady and she really knew her stuff. The stories she told were fascinating and within a 400meter walk we ...