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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... you could actually buy a house for $37,000 there. Adam, Marcus, Vanessa, and I decided we are moving there. We were about 2000 feet up, and we could see the ocean. Words can't describe the beauty of all of this! It was just spectacular! We zip lined after this, and it was great! There were 9 cables for zip lining, 2 repel stations, 2 crazy rope bridges, and a Tarzan swing. It was awesome! My group of 14 was crazy. The tour ...
"Listen to your body - stop." This was the most important of many lessons experienced this week.
First, thank you to all my readers, supporters, and warriors in prayer. After acknowledging the emotional roller-coaster as an attack powered by the enemy, I was able to overcome and grow from it. Thank YOU.
The week started off with two days of rewarding work on the farm. Cleaning up overgrown garden beds (leadership focus ...
... was humid so by the time we got to town we were both pretty drenched in dripping sweat. We walked around a few shops then walked down to the beach. We didn't have our suits and the water was really more for seasoned surfers with large waves and rip currents so we just combed the beach for some cool shells and felt the water as it washed up to the sand. I combed the beach a little longer than Clint did so when I went to find him I found him sitting on some driftwood under ...
... whats happening Snow White, birds, and squirrels are suddenly ninja like killing machines. That is how this hummingbird is so take it from me...don't ever mess with a hummingbird. I decided to get dressed and take my devices to the pavilion, AKA wifi spot, so I could post some pictures and try to text the kids. Clint was still asleep or at least he was in bed with his eyes closed. I was the first person in the pavilion and had the entire place to myself for awhile. There are ...
No nasty surprises in the night but we were woken at 5 by the dawn chorus – birds and crickets and monkeys. We drove to one of the entrances of the Ballena National Marine Park, which covers a strip of land and beach and 170 marine hectares of ocean, and was set up to protect the marine and coastal ecosystems and also to provide a temporary refuge for humpback whales which arrive here to give birth every year, ...