Zula Inn Aparthotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we've seen so far. She prepared a chicken and rice dish, butter beans, and spaghetti with sauce. All was excellent.
After lunch we headed for our lodge. The grounds were outstanding, but again we had to change tents as our bed was concave in the so called "Honeymoon" suite. All tents are mounted on a beautiful teak platform, and the bathroom is huge It was one of the nicest I've ever seen at place of lodging. There were no locks on the tent door, only a mosquito ...
... Peninsula we hired a 4WD and drove to Montezuma, Cabuya and finally Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve. Montezuma was okay; perhaps a little crowded for its size. We kind of expected this, and it was why we chose to stay on the other side of the peninsula. In Cabuya we stopped at the local Panaderia (Bakery) and had an amazing breakfast, Josh sampled a typical Costa Rican breakfast called Gallo Pinto (Spotted Rooster), which is, basically, rice and beans, ...
... on me, and someone right outside playing the guitar hahaha I am loving life right now. Feeling so thankful for being on this trip and I am very excited for the start of my full week tomorrow. Please pray for conversations that I will have tomorrow and each morning this week with students on UCR's campus. Today the pastor reminded us of how important it is to have an attitude that reflects Christ (Philippians 2:5-11), especially when you are coming to a place as ...
... in Nicaragua or other Central American country you could buy these items for a quarter of the price. On my walk back to my hostel I ran into Joaco who was out buying some food to make lunch. The remainder of the afternoon we spent talking and bumming around until he had to go to work at 4:00pm. Around 3:30 in the afternoon Janessa had returned from work and let us what she had planned for the evening. She had heard of a tribal party at Hotel Luz and bar in Mal Pais. ...
... his head.
The one with the sunglasses decided to test the water temperature. He knelt down and ran his hand through the water. As he did, the other man grabbed the kneeling man's day-pack and pretended to push him into the pool. The kneeling man reacted by quickly throwing his weight away from the pool. With that motion, his sunglasses fell off his head and went straight to the bottom of about four feet of water.
Both of ...