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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... an interesting and talkative gal from Florida assured me that there would be no problem. She then went on to tell me all about herself – born in Panama, move to Florida as a twenty-something, gave up her Panamanian citizenship for a US one, had a career of selling real estate in Florida, but that went to hell a few years back, so since she wasn’t really selling anything and since she turned 55, she decided to take off and see the world, ...
... Adam's group visited a family who has 9 kids. The parents have taken in their four nieces and nephews in order to keep them from going into the system. As a result, they are struggling in order to keep them all fed. We visited two single moms - one had three kids and the other had one, and another man named Napolean. Napolean lives in a shack - for lack of a better word, but is so happy. He is a member of Iglesia de la Costa and one that Julie said is always willing ...
... attempts, the trailor and boat came unstuck and was driven of the beach. The most surprising thing was that it was a professional dive boat operation - you'd think they would be better prepared for problems.
We broke the walk back to the hotel by stopping at a cafe for an ice cappuchino with real, thick cream and a shot of Baileys thrown in for good measure. Really tasty and filling enough to keep us going until ...
... singing "prayer". At first we were asked to dance to some music that was put on, dancing like our inner animals and exploring the space and our movements. Then we joined up with another person, staying joined at the wrist to them while continuing dancing. The group of two then joined another, making four, then 8, then 16, then everyone in the class joined hands and began dancing together. Then we were split into group (still dancing) and given chants to sing over one ...
... that there have only been 2-3 walk-ins per day for the past month or so. A lot of Europeans and some Americans.
Either way, I was happy to secure the tickets to Chirripo, the highest peak in Costa Rica! On the way back up, we went grocery shopping and had breakfast at Hotel Uran next door. Love the fruits here.. the pina batido was heavenly!
Back at the guesthouse, Jill the owner introduced herself. ...