Hotel Villa Lapas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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... town for dinner. We enjoyed another meal at The Taco Bar. Back at the room we retired early. Elizabeth had to leave for the airport at 3am. We slept through her alarm. Luckily I woke up at 3:18 and we were able to rush her out to meet Juan Carlos. It was amazing to meet Elizabeth and hard to say goodbye. We bonded so much, in such a short amount of time and Costa Rica will not be the same without ...
... s hug and every child's smile. The way he works here is so powerful that we have all found ourselves reduced to tears on many occasions. I feel like God has given me a brand new lens with which to see life, and I will surely will never be the same.
Jason, Aidan and Lil--I love you guys so much. I miss you so much. Thank you for giving me the gift of this time here!!
Jill & I chilled at the house in the afternoon, tired and happy to rest in the a/c. Tomorrow is our beach day, baby! We're looking a little pasty.
The boys were too tired after their seagoing venture to eat out for dinner. But Jill and I went anyway to Los Almendros, a block and a half walk away, said to be the best dining in the town. It was very good and they even offer vegan options for ...
7- There are an extraordinary number of prostitutes and eager customers in Jaco. During one of our first night forays through Jaco we stopped in at the Beatles Bar for a hamburger and fries It was only after I noticed the sign in behind DH that was advertising hourly rates for rooms in the attached hotel that we realized we were the only 'couple' in the entire place- others were either older American dudes (apparently referred to as 'grampas') or local girls ...
... owner holds reins in one hand, a pretty blue parasol in the other. The daily commute, for some. Besides my own caffeine fuelled motvations, the real rationale for coming was to peel back the layers of this highly political crop, to understand why a nation of seriously gourmet coffee growers became a slave to their own gold. Actually I should rephrase that; its more accurate to assert that the farmers were never slaves to a plant per say, more a rapidly fluctuating ...