Hotel Brilla Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... town. Everyone has gates around their homes and windows here.It was a little unsettling at first but I am used to it now. You have to keep the monkeys out somehow!
My hotel is very quaint and the landscaping and layout is beautiful. I spent time taking photos of the local flowers, including birds of paradise, orchids and mango trees. I took a quick dip in the pool which was chilly but it was refreshing. Afterwards, I sat in ...
Yesterday was our first day with the kids during devotion time in the morning. I came down the hill to the rancho with Ukulele in had (to lead a few opening songs), and was immediately approached by Wilbert who grabbed my hand and pulled me in. I was also joined by Axel, who had roped most of us into a game of soccer the evening before, which killed Phil and Ryan, who had decided it would be a good idea to sprint back up the stairs ...
... delayed about an hour due to a leaky lavatory...they had to drain it and patch it and make it not in use for the flight. Oh well..we don't need no stinkin bathrooms :).
We arrived to a very sunny and warm San Jose, Costa Rica, and were greeted with a film crew and photographer from International Service Learning, the organization that coordinates these medical relief missions. They are doing a promotional video for ISL, so ...
... but what we experienced left us hungry for more. The incredible Atacama desert where we undertook a variety of outdoor pursuits, from star gazing (we saw Saturn with all its rings!), to sand boarding, floating in salt water lakes and standing beside active geysers, the Atacama is a natural treasure! The salt flats tour again provided a feast for the eyes as we cruised past some exotic coloured lakes, Dali- esque rock formations, stopping for a photo with flamingos ...
... on the weather, product demand and so on. He also manages the melons and so we looked at some pictures of quality issues that had occured including some watermelons with salmonella! After work I wandered down to the nearby shopping centre which apparantly is the biggest in the whole of Central America but miraculously I came away empty handed. I am pretty pleased with how my Spanish is coming along, the lessons are exhausting but they sure do work.