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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... chips and salads. The culinary arts in Costa Rica are very in tune to flavors and using ingredients grown locally. This week it is safe to say that my body is being cleansed through the food, sweat, and workouts and I feel so incredibly energetic doing so!
I decided to walk into the town of Santa Teresa today which is close to 2 miles of windy dirt road. I was offered a few rides but decided that the walk would do my mind and body good. ...
Greetings to everyone from our new location in Buenos
Aires, Puntarenas in Costa Rica.Yes this was a travel day. After donning our
purple Thrivent Builds shirts we boarded our busses leaving our hotel in San
Jose at 7 AM for what turned out to be a 7 hour bus ride. Our destination in
Buenos Aires at Hotel del sur is the place we will be staying for the next 5
days and is located in the southern Costa Rican Mountains.
... finished creating this home and was hoping that I would be able to create a thesis. Now I have created a 140 page thesis and an almost-handbook... not to mention an international trek for social change, a few videos, a few FUN funding proposals, web pages and more.... phew... It has been a very productive use of time here. The daily yoga has been fairly successful as well. While I still do not look like I stepped out of a fitness magazine, like ...
... SPORTIVE MOM! C'est vrai. I sure do.
So - the third good thing, really made the 2nd good thing even more amazing, because I got to spend my birthday with mia madre, which was so special and such a treat. We had the most wonderful day spoiling ourselves rotten. Spa, sushi, sunset, cocktails, fish tacos... on and on... so good :-)
Also, these three good things happened in reverse order.
Miss you all!!!!!
Good news – the rest of the Project Managers have all made it to Costa Rica! 18 rescued from San Jose airport! And we are straight away into a regimented and detailed training programme. Everything from how to set up a manual radio with a battery and aerial in a tree and swimming assessments (to ensure we don't drown in the water) and how to mix cement to map reading (on very very old, and much less detailed maps than in the UK!) and soft skills ...