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We arrived safe in San Jose, Costa Rica (after flying executive class from Guatemala City...they must have figured we had paid too much in air fare to Central America). Any way, good service and good food from LACSA Airlines. We walked a bit in San Jose and had a good meal, with chilean wine, in a restaurant beside our luxurious hotel...well …
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Up at 05-00 and on the road at 06-00 so I could get to the border before all the traffic and coaches. On the way I saw my first ever cart pulled by oxen !
Once there got a guy to help me with the Nicaraguan side, again the offices were all over the place. I wanted to keep the bike permit as an example of how many stamps and signatures it required but the took it off me. Four stamps today on it and I was ...
We have arrived in San Jose! And we are settled into Parque Sendas, which is a large church/camp center set up for missionaries and various programs. We will be helping YFC run Kids Games at these church facilities. Our flights were pretty good with only a small bit of turbulence. We had a very good sleep last night. We have ...
... stomachs, feet, eyes etc! The football team from Cartago are in a major football match today, possibly the final (I can't say I pay much attention to English let alone Costa Rican football!) and so the town was really busy and the atmosphere was amazing. Everyone was tooting their car horns and there were flags everywhere. Football is practically a second religion here. Monday afternoon I was with Patricia who is the international banana coordinator. We talked through all ...
... Evangelical pastor and his wife, both local Ticos and funded by a combination of private donations from two benefactors and Maximo. It receives no funding from the government partly due to its beneficiaries being largely Nicaraguan. The project is situated in a slum in San Jose called Carpio which was built largely by Nicaraguan immigrants on top of a landfill. It is by no means the safest of places in San Jose but ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking