Grand Tara Hotel Spa and Casino Escazu
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... later learned that a brush fire had broken out in another gated community not too far away. Pete and Stef manage another property there and essentially spent all Sunday responding to the proximity of the fire. It apparently came within 30 feet of that casita, and they had to find another place for those tenants to stay while the apartments were cleaned. Between volcanoes and incendiary brush and Americanized malls, this place is full of surprises.
... of the women. We asked God for many things, all which He is able to provide. Sweet Helen translated for us. English. Spanish. English. Spanish. Nearly seamless, always adequate. We then broke up and prayed for those who felt they needed individual prayer. Some needed prayer for health, some wisdom, some for husbands. We fought for hours on behalf of these women. There were many tears, needless to say.
It's early evening in San Jose and tomorrow we have to gather at 8 a.m. To start the Island Sky adventure.
Seems that we will spend most of the day being shown San Jose and then in the afternoon board our boat and unload ourselves into our cabins. Will be pleased to empty my suitcase.
Definitely love San Jose. Have been met with nothing but courtesy and kindness and even the Customs lady smiled. ...
It's wonderful to get off a plane in a foreign country where you don't speak the language, and find a friendly face and a warm hug as you head for the exit. That was my introduction to Costa Rica. My high school classmate, Gabe, was there to meet me with our excellent driver, Jose. We were whisked to my home away from home with the Tascans, Nuria and Luis. After settling in a bit, Gabe took me ...
... office's pineapples table. I got loads of background info on the company and the fruit. Fyffes business is mainly made up of bananas (70%) and pineapples (30%) and some melons. They are the oldest fruit brand in the world, dating back to 1929. The fruit is shipped in dedicated containers/ships which ensures the freshness of produce and delays the banana ripening process. The shipping takes around 16 days to Europe and a number of ports are delivered ...