Residence Inn By Marriott San Jose Escazu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... afternoon was spent playing with the kids. Noelle prepared bubbles for the kids and that was a hit. Several of us couldn't pass up an opportunity to jump on the trampoline and play on the playground equipment.
Every evening we meet with someone from the Hogar de Vida staff. Last night we met with Tim. He gave us his testimony and a strong message about being obedient to what God is telling you to do. ...
... gave out driving through the mountains. Another bus was dispatched to rescue us and we quickly made the exchange and got back on the road. Reaching Escazu we were treated to a traditional lunch of delicious soup made with beef broth and local vegetables.
Escazu is known as an upscale shopping district with shops and fast-food chains, but the ...
... and sam's hang. After another pura vida sunset, we wandered down to the mains strip, and had a romantic dinner. Our whole time in playa hermosa actually seemed like a postcard. Beaches, bonfires, sunsets, cocktails. If this is what the whole year is going to be like, I think I can handle this. Sam even learnt to surf a little. He stood up a few times, and embarrassed himself a few more.
In Costa Rica, the locals describe the lifestyle as Pura ...
The third and final phase of expedition was a time to finish the projects we'd started and also reflect on what we'd achieved, both as individuals and as a group. It was with a spring in our step that we ventured forward to complete the tasks in hand. I think I was the only PM to request another environment phase for our final outing, so unsurprisingly I was given the project I'd asked for. This would mean spending a whole phase in basha beds, but with lessons learnt from ...
... stomachs, feet, eyes etc! The football team from Cartago are in a major football match today, possibly the final (I can't say I pay much attention to English let alone Costa Rican football!) and so the town was really busy and the atmosphere was amazing. Everyone was tooting their car horns and there were flags everywhere. Football is practically a second religion here. Monday afternoon I was with Patricia who is the international banana coordinator. We talked through all ...