Oxygen Jungle Villas
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... NO idea what to expect. So, here I am...sick and visiting with an old friend in Colorado...taking off tomorrow for Denver and then BALI!!!
The clarity that has come is that I am ready again to get on a routine, to return to yoga, to return to Reiki. I am flowing with life but I also need to be active in it while I flow through it. I am ready to commit myself to things, to finish things started...and to see where this new road takes me.
... incredible. We were so lucky.
That night we saw Phela, Random Rab and Ott (some of my faves). I stayed up until the sun rose over the beach and floated in the ocean amongst hundreds of other like-minded hippies. It felt great to be alive. I took a time out in a hammock for a few hours, and by 11 am was ready to get the day started. ...
... an interesting note placed at eye level when seated on the throne explains it all, with the last line being “Thanks for Contributing!”). One of the sisters took some time to tell us her story – quite amusing – and we now know what FH-1 stands for. It seems that her original concept was for only dorm beds – which are in two huge tree houses – but a friend suggested she would get more business if she built some **** ...
... a regular basis for prayer. After prayer, we sat and listened to a Spanish Bible study led by Pastor Payton. When they moved to Costa Rica, he said that he didn't know any English except how to order Taco Bell.
After the Bible study, we went to another church in Uvita. Ceclia, a friend of Cheryl's works with this church. We knew that she was making us dinner, but other than that, we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. We arrived (late because of ...
... the soft sand under the water). The winch rope to pull the boat onto the trailer had snapped and with each wave, the trailer with the boat half on was getting closer to sinking into the sand. Time for David's second good deed of the day and not a second too soon either. The trailer's wheels were nearly sunk to their axle and the surging waves were just short of the jeep when he got there. With a bit of extra muscle, and a ...