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After a couple of whiskys and gins it was time for our next flight. We were still going strong. The flight consisted of us both in a multitude of positions trying to sleep.We never realised how versatile those travel pillows could be! Due to our flight being delayed an hour we never arrived until 8.35pm costa rican time which is equivalent to I think 2.45am Scottish time. We were tired.
Leaving the airport was a task and a half. We are accosted by a ...
Getting to know Christ is kinda like working on a Costa Rican construction project. Even though I was raised in the church and, on some level, always loved Him, I don't think I truly know Him until recently. When I recommitted to Him this past year I was overwhelmed by how much I didn't know. How does this relate to a Costa Rican construction project? I am constantly amazed how much can be relayed by only a few Spanish words. Aquí, ...
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... they could read and share it with the young children in the early stimulation program. Tactile materials are particularly engaging and effective learning activities for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Crafts, Percussive Instruments for "La Orgula Muy Hambrienta" We created prototypes for percussive instruments Residents could play to accompanying the reading of ...
... and luckily the rain didn't ruin the views or anything. It's called the cloud forest so I suppose it is what you would expect. We then returned back to our hostel, absolutely sopping, and decided against the night trek because it was just too rainy. We chilled, showered (in a cold shower which didn't help!) and grabbed a taco before hitting the hay early for another early start and our journey to Nicaragua ...