Hotel Wilson Tulipan
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of my favourite pit stops was the central mercado where you can find all sorts of hand made goods, local specialty foods, fresh produce and local meats and cheese. These are the sorts of places I love as it gives me an opportunity for immersion into one aspect of the culture. I strongly believe you can tell a lot from a specific culture just from sampling the food, admiring ...
... the night, though woke to find the floor covered with two inches of water and our bags soaked through - had it rained? It must have! The tourists on the boat all slept up on the top deck on their deck chairs while the locals were inside the ship on benches - I´m not sure who got the better deal! The ferry was also used to transport cargo so many people slept on top of their cargo. The award for most talented sleeper has to go to the guy we saw sleeping on a ...
... in the gospels. Very cool and awesome to study the word together. I am totally pooped-mentally and physically! We will be sharing with students for the first time tomorrow morning, so if you could be praying for great convos that would be awesome! Pura Vida, Katarina "It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you..." Acts ...
... of the road right outside our hotel, it just sounds it horn all the way along in the hope that cars and people will get out of the way, they usually do. Deb checks with reception and there will be breakfast, she tells them we are not happy with the lack of facilities, translation here is a bit of an issue but it seems Ralph will be here shortly to discuss further. Breakfast was the same as yesterday, today we're off to Puerto Viejo on ten o'clock bus so I pop out to see if we ...
During our drive Rafael provided a thumbnail sketch of the tension that exists between Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The situation was brought to a crisis stage two years ago when the Nicaraguan government seized a region of Costa Rican territory to give them access to dredge the river that divides the two countries. Presumably this is part of the Nicaraguan government's plan to develop a long-desired trans-ocean canal similar to the Panama Canal.