Tango Mar Beach, Spa & Golf Resort
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... Steve has an amazing farm that we have been delighted to experience. He has gorgeous tropical fruits, abundant veggies, and herbs grown all over as well as pigs, sheep, chickens, and ducks. He roasts his own coffee with a roaster he designed and built - the coffee is top-notch. Josh has been fascinated by Steve's inginuity, evidenced by his Aquaponics operation. Aquaponics is a system that includes ...
... the road. This year has been a particularly dry, dry season ( I told them we'd had all of their rain) and they were protesting about the lack of water. Apparently it is the Governments responsibility to provide the farmers with water in times of drought. Costa Rica looks relatively wealthy as compared to the similar rural environment that we had seen in Nicaragua yesterday. The farms look to be well organised and the houses ...
... a close and still there is so much more to speak to you about. Continue to pray as I pray for you. Most of all, stay in the Spirit my friends
1 Corinthians 2:14
The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit.
With Love in Christ,
Colin Andrew Maldonado
... 3, one for the car and drive ($8) and one for each passenger ($2 each). Speaking Spanish was very helpful given we were the only English speakers around. The bakery was bomb. We got a handful of chicken stuffed empanadas and pasties, coffee and orange juice for less than $5. It was an exciting mash of people all talking and passing bags and money back and forth. As it was Holy week, everyone looked like they were headed out on holiday.
At about 4:45, they started ...
... all day ... while listening to the howler monkeys across the road. Graham and I chose the spot for our retirement house, met with the lawyer ... all mundane things that are similar, yet more fun, than if we had done them at home.
As soon as we arrived in Tambor, it felt like we were returning home.