Hotel Paraiso del Sol
Travel Blogs from Jaco
... fences and in most cases sharp twirly wire on the top of the fences. I guess people are really afraid of buglers here. To look at the houses, you would think that you were in a prison.
Once I left the beach, I walked down the main street with all the bright lights and shops. I checked out some shops along the way - my mission was to find a pencil with an iguana on the top carved into a piece of wood. I saw one at the last cottage we rented and thought the pencil would be ...
... Oeste fits the bill perfectly for me. In fact, I can't think of a single must have that is missing for me here.
Of course, Costa Rica, or any foreign country for that matter, isn't home and so reading the guide books about exotic destinations can be deceiving. When I read guide books, I mistakenly think of the best of home, layered with all the wonderful things you read about the place you're about to visit. I think the guidebooks should ...
... communicating with Herman, the owner, for a few days as I had been enquiring about tyres. Anyway, he got one of his guys to tighten it correctly and didn't charge me. Thank you. He has been down to Patagonia a couple of times and did warn me that there may be a lot of snow at the time I am planning on being there !!!! Deep joy !!
On the way out there was a guy with a similar American jacket as mine and we got talking. He is a really nice young Costa Rican ...
... states. We're trusting God for victory in both cases.
No cows today! Maybe the fence is working! We'll be back at it tomorrow putting in the last 7 sections. Bill Mackey will accompany Tim Stromstad into San Jose tomorrow (always a privilege) on business at the embassy and with a lawyer.
Many other small projects too. Buenos noches!
... has a real passion for the children She gave us her testimony and was a real inspiration to us. Most of us would have succumbed forever to Satan had we lived her life, but she overcame and is a true walking testimony of God's grace.
It's early to bed and early to rise as we are off to the beach tomorrow at 6:45 am.
Blessing from the team,
Deb Flick and Deb Fagel