Mar y Selva Ecolodge
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... of looked at us but we said hi and continued on.
There are 2 stores, a church, a school, a soccer field and about 30 homes in San Agustin. It kind of felt like we went back in time or were in a historic town with it only being this big but also was pretty cool. We found just about all of the landmarks but then Leo (our place’s caretaker/maintenance guy) ...
... the waters. We went to Playa Hermosa (beautiful beach). The waters were absolutely amazing. They were so warm and we spent two hours playing in the ocean and playing soccer on the beach. It was great. We came back and our fabulous cook Cameron made chicken tacos for supper. Pastor Payton and his family came over to hang out, so we talked for quite awhile and then did devotions and small groups. It was another amazing day in Costa ...
... flags down a beach cop who radios the paramedics. They will meet you at the entrance the police say. Just need to get her there. My turn to carry, a piggy back it is! We make it about 400 metres before my first rest....and luckily just over the river is a police vehicle waiting to take her the rest of the way. Im still sweating 3 hours later......
There is no holding back an artist though. Although the pain is excruciating granny has the photo competition in mind. The drama needs ...
... in my path and
being half way through my designated time of stay, I begin to hone in more
closely to that which He asks me to accomplish, here. Each week I continue to
foster the relationships I have made with the village down the valley, this
community of 30 or so families has great potential for being integrated into
the Raices Indigenas mission. In short, Raices Indigenas is a collective of
sustainable communities in the greater ...
... the streets of Boruca. They stop in the town center and at various folks homes and harrass the bull to enact a fight between the bull and diablos where the bull charges the diablos and gores them to the ground. The festival lasts three days and starts with younger Borucans in fairly plain masks. The second day includes some Borucans in their 20s and the third ...