Tiskita Jungle Lodge
Travel Blogs from Pavones
ATV tours available.
Additional mileage distances:
3.2 miles to Ballena ...
... stopped in Dominical for lunch at Tortilla Flats. Dominical is less touristy than many of the beaches, but still had quite a few tourists. There were many little stands selling jewellery and other trinkets. Jake had Chicken Casado (directly translated it means marriage) it is a mix of beans, rice, sweet plantains and chicken. I had fish tacos with refried beans - delicious. Steve helped us get my phone up and running. $2 for ...
... and wanted his/her picture taken.
As the team made their way down the dirt roads for the last time, it was clear reality was setting in. Teary eyes were prevealnat on the buses, knowing this was likely the last time we would travel down these roads or meet these people again. The sights and sounds of the past week are forever etched in our minds, reminding us how fortunate we truly are and how we are called to serve our maker. God bless!
... we encountered a motorcycle accident. A motorcyclist had veered into the wrong lane and plowed into our Habitat tool truck. Carol who is one of our team members and who is also a nurse was asked to assist and she rushed to the scene. Fortunately the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet and was conscious and could move his legs. An ambulancia was called and we were then able to head on our way.
... the day fades away, and can we fill ourselves with pure love..? The world around us and the world within us are one in essence and truth, so can we fill ourselves with so much love, with nothing but love, that the world too can be filled with nothing but love? This beautiful piece of enlightenment was brought to me by Julia Butterfly, whom I got the pleasure of hearing speak at The Envision Festival a few ...