Hotel Playa Bejuco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... or the iguana that changed color first, it was hard to tell.
Another activity not to be missed is the Aerial Tram ride at Rain Forest, a 1,000 acre nature reserve. It is a unique experience that delivers views amid dense jungle, so vast allowing one to see hundreds of butterflies and birds swooping through the mass vegetation. It's alfresco as it can get.
Meanwhile, if you enjoy the aerial tram, the canopy tour is even more spectacular. ...
We had an amazing day hanging out in Jaco on our day off. From Zip Lining, to surfing, feeding the crocs (yep, Pastor Josh took the croc experience to a new level), playing in the ocean, shopping and 3 great meals down by the beach...we feel well refreshed for our last day of hard work.
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Michael Cooper said the best part of his day was Tim Stephan sharing his testimony in the common meeting area of Hogar de Vida (the Rancho). Tim shared his story of how he came to Jesus and how Jesus has been there for him.
David Smage loved being attacked by the muchachos (little guys) during play time and he especially enjoyed getting to know and communicate better with Oscar the head maintenance guy who is working with us on the fence system.
... We were right there with them and thanks to Rafael and his scope we spotted a beautiful grasshopper with colors almost as outrageous as the scarlet macaws. We also glimpsed a beautiful green parrot high up in a tree, and white faced monkeys scampered in the trees above us. We really looked hard for a two- or three-toed sloth. We failed to spot one, even though the park is well known to have an abundant population.
The beach was calm with ...
... inserting a straw into the newly-opened cavity. Those who made the purchase sipped contentedly.
The most interesting item, however, was the milky liquid in the used Fresca bottles. Rafael explained that it was a home-made alcoholic drink called coyol wine that is prepared from the sap of a palm tree. The sap is collected and allowed to ferment; the alcohol content can reach as high as 15%. Rafael said ...