Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen
... pots, so much so that Lana decided to make a purchase that will be an important addition to our home.
It’s been a very long day. We started at 5:00 AM when we got up for an early morning nature walk, and it is now 10:00 PM as we finish writing this entry. Tomorrow morning we will do more exploration of the local rainforest. In the afternoon we travel to our next destination. But for now, it’s time for some sleep. ...
... whom we are staying with him and his family) interviewed a Deaf and blind brother who was born deaf but when he was 3 years old, his aunt abused and blinded him. The interview was about the love that the congregation and his fellow witnesses show him in comparison and the work that goes in to tactile intervening for him and helping him get to meeting and field service.
By the time Sunday rolled around, I was confidently understanding ...
... first time and only got lost once, and made a new friend at work. He's called Gerrard, he's a 27 year old Costa Rican and he shaves his legs. I'm not entirely sure what to think, nor am I convinced it's polite to ask why. I made paper chains with the kids, and did lots of colouring. They love colouring. My tica mum cooks dinner every night, it's always really ...
... into some traffic. Most of the local population head out to the coasts, so at least for the first half of our trip, this would would work to our advantage, as we are crossing Costa Rica, going from the West Coast to the East Coast. As soon as we got onto the #1 Panamerican Highway, the traffic coming toward the beaches we were leaving was completely insane! The Panamerican Highway is a one lane highway which is used by ...
... that was one of my main goals in Costa Rica because I love sloths so much. They are just so cute and nice and mellow. We saw one right next to the cafeteria, I got a really good picture. He was just sleeping and smiling, minding his own business. Such a cutie.
After lunch I came back to our room and noticed that my wallet was unzipped on my bed. I looked through it a little and noticed that my 10,000 colón was missing (equivalent to about $20) from my wallet. ...
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