- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lots of birds, including a hummingbird from afar. Apparently Costa Rica has more species of birds (700-800?) than all of the North American continent combined - enjoying a hot spring and having the guides show me the mini-cave beneath the spring. The latter involved holding your breath for a bit, who would have imagined freediving would be so useful? At one point in the hot spring, it felt like I was in a college hot tub party they show you in movies but ...
... feeling a bit sick from eating so much food, swimming, sitting in the sun, swimming, sun, swimming etc. Until 12pm and it suddenly became a bit dark and cloudy. It looked like rain, but I wanted to go out and explore! I'm staying in Cariari neighbourhood, which is really nice and quite posh. Just down the road is a small park with some ponds and unusually coloured ducks - duck shape, turkey colourings! A short walk down the road was a small shopping complex - a gym, pet ...
... call. That call came, obviously, a day later, but before that happened I had a blissful time organizing my backpack, skyping with J, watching the Formula 1 qualifying and wandering around town for a bit. I didn't find much of interest in the city, and the bookstore mentioned in the guidebook seemed either gone or closed, but I did manage to secure a bus ticket to ...
Yesterday was our first day with the kids during devotion time in the morning. I came down the hill to the rancho with Ukulele in had (to lead a few opening songs), and was immediately approached by Wilbert who grabbed my hand and pulled me in. I was also joined by Axel, who had roped most of us into a game of soccer the evening before, which killed Phil and Ryan, who had decided it would be a good idea to sprint back up the stairs ...
Phew these last couple of days have been crazy busy! But full of lots of great conversations and learning experiences... Sunday night, we went to a church in Guadalupe that is done in English. The church body is full of many missionaries and Americans here in Costa Rica who are Christians, as well as Ticos that have been invited to come-it was really cool and another opportunity to meet people with different backgrounds and stories. I kinda felt like i was in the states for ...