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... airport and are bombarded by people. It's just like being in Asia...tuk-tuk. I realize right then that shuttles need to be booked ahead of time, so that is no longer an option. It's either a cab or public bus out of the red light district. We decide to ask a driver for a price. "$120. Official, official...this is my badge and business card," the driver says. Neither of those make you official sir. Luckily, Jamie and I did research and know what official cabs ...
... which he uses as a fertilizer. He is also a passionate bee keeper. The bees like the the flowers of the coffee plants. And he and his family like the delicious honey, which they get from them.
We had been told that there are various wild animals, which are living close to the plantation.
Senior Navarro is on a mission. He wants to insure that his coffee plantation contributes to the well-being of Costa Rican people and the ...
... swamp when they can't eat it. And the mangrove swamp has crocodiles in it, so you won't get it back. Watch out around these criminals. We take pictures. Cautiously. <a href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-GnY858o Xik4/UwLkr0ZjXvI/AAAAAAAAA9c/PauYiUpOyq s/s1600/P1000251.JPG" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" height="240" width="320" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-GnY858oX ...
... as God in Man. His response, with a gentle smile, "of course, but I dont really believe anything... I know that this is a tree, that this is a rock, that that is a stump, and that Yashua was God in man". I was a bit thrown off by his response, did he or did he not beleive in Christ as our savior? I mean, he broke bread the second day i was there... Later, in prayer and solitude the Spirit gave me the answer. Its no longer time to believe, its time to know.
Itīs one of the most disorganized border crossings that Iīve been to. Paso Canoas was where Alex and I arrived late Wednesday morning, after our gracious Canadian hosts, Josh and Rolanda, sent us on our way. The Panamanian immigration office comes first when you hop off the bus, and after getting your passport stamped to leave Panama, you then need to locate the Costa Rican office which is about a quarter of a mile away, hidden behind a bus depot. Then you have to walk to ...