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There has been so much that has happened again in the last 24 hours. I don't know if I can speak for the kids, but I am absolutely exhausted. It's been an amazing week though and God has blessed us in so many ways. Last night was youth group, and we had about 30 kids here from Iglesias de la Costa. It's amazing how language isn't a barrier when you are just playing. We had games going on in the pool (tackle futbol americano) and another futbol game ...
... the waters. We went to Playa Hermosa (beautiful beach). The waters were absolutely amazing. They were so warm and we spent two hours playing in the ocean and playing soccer on the beach. It was great. We came back and our fabulous cook Cameron made chicken tacos for supper. Pastor Payton and his family came over to hang out, so we talked for quite awhile and then did devotions and small groups. It was another amazing day in Costa ...
... promoting sustainable development.
We were overwhelmed because he and his family welcomed us with so much love. They invited us for a typical Costa Rican lunch made with organic products from the farm. One of his little daughters surprised us with a present. She gave us two of her paintings. We tasted coffee from the farm.
Without a doubt, we tasted the tropical 'Pura Vida' Aroma!
Thank you Family Navarro! Thank you Senior Solis!
Apart from the wildlife, the Casita is quite nice itself. It is simple
(read: no Four Seasons, or even Marriot, amenities) but we prefer such
practical accommodations and never once desired an item or service that
wasn’t offered. The owners provide beach chairs, beach towels, plenty of
cooking and kitchen supplies, and air conditioning. Wireless is also
available but I ...
It took us approximately 3 hours to get to our next cottage rental near Uvita. The drive was pretty much the same as before - winding, twisty and up and down... Like a roller coaster...
We drove through several small towns on our way to the cottage.
We met the house keeper at the Goathouse 169 Restaurant. She arrived shortly after we found the restaurant. Her name is Christine and she is quite nice.
Another couple is ...