Hotel Bahia Taitza
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... chocolate cake slice. Like that wasn’t enough, we stopped off for passion-fruit ice cream cones on the way home.
It was all I could do to waddle myself over to the nearest hammock and happily settle in for a much overdue siesta. I fell asleep listening to Paco singing Bob Marley and Sublime while strumming his acoustic guitar.
I woke up a short while later, puttered around the room, and was shocked to hear that somehow Anna and ...
... SUV. This vehicle was not bulletproof, however we needed a more agile car to get up and down the mountains en route to the coast where Plant Arizona was located. The drive took about 2 hours, and we changed elevation so much that the temperature went from 70 to 92 degrees in San Jose. The humidity and the heat felt like Florida in July.
When we arrived at the plant we had to go through multiple security checkpoints. I was ...
... street, since it was open, but they had neither ice
cream nor fruit. Maybe tomorrow I will
suggest that we have a 15 minute break before starting the devotions so those
who wish to can make an ice cream and fruit run.
I’m looking forward to continuing to help with the construction
of the home tomorrow. It is raining and
pretty late, so I am going to head to bed.
I would hate to miss the enjoyment of having the rain lull me to ...
... at once a year, and that a lot of the land beside the lake is privately owned. The boat ride was about 45 mins all up. We stopped halfway at a lovely swimming spot, the water was so clear and refreshing. Unlike the Caribbean Sea I was swimming in, in Belize. It was almost cold, the sand was black, volcanic black, was very cool floating around in a lake that was part of a volcanic crater once, while staring up at another two huge volcanos. One of which you plan to climb the next ...
... was the bus to Juayau pronounced 'why-ooo-a' he said yes and I hoped on. Now when I refer to ticket collectors they not only take your money and give you a ticket. They help you on and off the bus if you have luggage or kids, or are elderly, they also whistle when the driver needs to start and stop, they hang out the bus yelling names of towns, drumming up business for the bus, they yell for the driver to stop if someone is coming, they are basically passenger spotters. The man I ...