TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Chirripo San Isidro de El General
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... that is said is said in English and Spanish. I told the translator after the service that I'm thoroughly impressed because she had to go between the two languages so much as Pastor Payton kept switching it up! They sang some songs in English and some songs in Spanish. We were able to meet Mo whom is a good friend of Cheryl and has actually been to Bethlehem. It was an unique, but awesome experience! We also got to meet a family that lives here ...
Leaving the beach, hot, humid, weather and head inland and up to the small town of Rivas at the entry to the Mt. Chirripo hike. The rental car I have is a Toyota Yaris, which with 4 people (crew of people I met from Lake Tahoe) and gear in it, going up hill is a slow process (pretty sure it's only running on 3 of the 4 cylinders). Getting to the hostel outside of Rivas included a gravel road that has seen better days, and goes straight ...
... Father was impressing on me all along. Finally I came to
it, “I surrender.” The next day I spoke with my teachers and committed to staying
as a community member and leader at the Awakening Soul Farm. Complete peace and
joy once again flooded my heart.
It is in the act of surrender that we find
that peace, that we no longer have to think about the who, what, when, where,
whys and hows. All simply melts into the current ...
... in incredible ways within and through me. "Life sustainable based in love" is here, now.)
Slowly, Time Moves Fast
Already 6 weeks that I have lived in the
beautiful Costa Rican rainforest and it is now that I have begun to truly
The two or so weeks since my last update
have been chalked full of cleansing. Cleaning out the body, once, twice, three
times, no - to undo a lifetime ...
... Deron) happened to be in town for business, so he picked us up from the airport, and took us to our hotel, and we visited with him for an hour or so before he headed back to his hotel.
The other sort of funny thing that happened here - the hotel was normally $100 a night, but their "distressed traveler" program meant we got the room for only $60. The woman at the hotel was on only her second day of the job, so ...