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... up game at the Conche which continued to grow until we didn't know who was on whose team. We stopped playing soccer and started to entertain the kids until we started. Pastor Payton has a green gorilla suit which eventually Roger ended up in. We danced with the kids for quite awhile which was awesome! Then we started with worship. Laura-Li and Marcus did a great job with their group. They even learned "My God is so Great" in Spanish. We then split ...
... time we spent with Senior Solis, his family and friends. Often times, happy children were visiting his farm. They love him and he loves them.
He and his friends prepared typical, delicious Costa Rican food for us with a big smile on their faces. We also had a good time when we were preparing food for them, which we like to eat in our home countries.
Thank you for everything!
... self-discovery vibe. Especially when the festival was continuously referred to as a "transformative festival" and every second person was named "Forrest" or "River" or "Shea Butter". Yep, we met a girl name Shea Butter. By the end we were jokingly referring to ourselves as Sage the shaman, and Lavender, the sound healer. Having said that, I had the most amazing yoga class of my life there. The first half was traditional vinyasa flow yoga, and the second half was a ...
The Lazy Days of Summer.. that is what it feels like when you are visiting Costa Rica... lol - Even though it is actually winter back home in Canada.
It is currently 7:57 am in the morning.
We don't have any big plans for today. In fact, I don't even have an excursion ...
Serene view of the mountains and rainforest jungle