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... and another less busy one, before doing another 45 minute long Eco walk through app other forested area. While in here, we saw some white faced monkeys jumping and swinging around from tree to tree. It truly is incredible to watch animals in their natural habitats,
Once we finished this walk and ended up back to the beach, we began heading toward the exit of the park. Along the way, we passed numerous mischievous ...
Today also started very early for us. We met Pastor Payton a little after 7 to go the elementary school. We got there and started cleaning off the metal fence in order to be able to paint it. We used an oil based paint in order to paint it silver. This was an experience for us all as it got all over us! We also did a bunch of landscaping laying mulch and plants around trees. It was awesome to hang out with the kids when we could on ...
... as passengers, along with the driver and another guide, a young woman named Nancy, and he head down the road. We stop at another hotel and Nathan goes in the lobby, while the bus pulls around back to turn around. As we are turning around, Nancy asks if another of us had seen a sloth yet, because there is one in the tree beside the driveway. The bus stops and we all jump out to see. Nancy brings a spotting scope and tripod, and we get a ...
... to hear his voice at every strike of my foot. Or key.
A trip across the valley below put Aguila (teacher), Daniel (Costa Rican/’Tico’), and myself in the small town of San Jose de Rivas. A town of about 30 families nestled in the foothills of Cerro Chirripo. Here the team of felt apostles had the opportunity to share creativity, insight, and encouragement to artisan craftsmen and woman so to bring dinero into the community. ...
... object and a location and out names on separate paper and then drew out one of each. Then we have to “kill” that person in that location by handing them the chosen object. Easy…? Well for one thing this is one way to learn how to not trust each other!! I have turned out to be rather good at this game. I have so far killed Becky in the office with earrings, (I then took on her kill) ...