KC Hotel San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Another early rise (5am) to get our stuff together and head down the hill and into the village to catch a bus out at 6am. Assuming I'd sweat through anything I wore I opted for a half damp t-shirt that hadn't dried from yesterday. It wasn't plesant but was justified. My hiking shoes were no drier either, so I had no hesitations in walking straight through the stream this time. I changed both before catching ...
... etc etc. I bought a couple of slabs, $3 for a tiny bar is quite expensive! I made it back to the hotel before the rain started. And wow did it rain! I don't think I have ever seen rain so heavy before! Just a white sheet of water - I could barely see out of my window. And it continued and continued alllllllll afternoon. I didn't do much else, just enjoyed doing nothing! And had another early night! Saturday 1 November 2014 My sleep was rather interrupted at 1.30am by a ...
To end our first day (yes I know I'm late), we had lunch and dinner from local stores in Costa Rica. Wandering around the streets, we realized two things. 1. The drivers are crazy. 2. Many of the local men seem to find our group...'interesting'. The drivers (especially bus drivers) do not follow the whole red light, green light rule, and a cross walk is like the hunger games. You must look both ways....look both ways again....look both ways again....if no one is ...
... cultures, places, and people. We have seen beautiful places and also some ugly things. It hasn't been easy, but we've spared you the unpleasantries in our blogs :)
Below is a list of observations we have made along the way:
-The locals will be wearing rasta colors, singing his music, and the stores will be selling his shirts. It doesn't matter what country we visit or what language they speak; everyone loves Bob Marley!
... stories about how God has used him and Dena to eventually get Hogar de Vida off the ground. What a journey! And we've only heard a small part of it.
I came into this trip with a bit of anxiety, but it has turned out to be much different than expected! This place is a real sanctuary - a stronghold for God! It's still early in our time here, but I already know it's going to be hard to leave.