Las Olas Hotel & Restaurant
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... him. That explains the name," the guide said.
We took several pictures of Osama. He looked ferocious and mean. On the way back to where we started, we saw a glimpse of Osama once again. This time, we only saw a part of his head above the water and then he swam away.
Since we didn't see any toucans during our boat ride, Luis took us to a beach where a pair of toucans have their nests. We spotted them right away and Luis set up his binocular for ...
And we were well spread out working this morning. 5 of us in the homes working with the kids, 2 sickies, 3 hanging surveillance cameras, and the rest of us painting.
Another amazing Tico (traditional Costa Rican) meal...and now a brief rest before an afternoon playing with the kiddos.
... Our guide was a student at the local college studying to become an English Teacher. He had lived in the United States and spoke English well. The main road out of Puntarenas was along the coast thru many small communities that surrounded this important port in Costa Rica. Our guide’s knowledge of the area came from being a local resident for most of his thirty some years of life. Puntarenas was separated from the interior of the country which contained the ...
Maybe it was the combination of the heat and the fumes from the galvanizing paint, but the Magnificent 7 Fencing Team found itself singing the theme songs from both those shows at the top of our lungs as we began constructing the fence for Hogar de Vida. Mike Cooper is a great song leader and really remembers way too much of those songs, but it really helped because we ...