Hotel Brilla Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... tactile literacy, multisensory learning activities, and expanding residents' communication skills using sign language and picture communication.
DATES: Aug. 5-15. We expanded the length of the trip this year from 5 to 10 days, including excursions to Poas, one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, and to Manuel Antonio National Park, where we went to the beach, hiked through ...
... stories about how God has used him and Dena to eventually get Hogar de Vida off the ground. What a journey! And we've only heard a small part of it.
I came into this trip with a bit of anxiety, but it has turned out to be much different than expected! This place is a real sanctuary - a stronghold for God! It's still early in our time here, but I already know it's going to be hard to leave.
Well, as the motto of the Costa Rica trip goes, "Be Flexible." We had a week of plans for this adventure, and today those plans were foiled. Ahhh....we'll all adapt I guess. Instead of 4 full days at Manos Abiertas doing evaluations and treatment sessions, we will be venturing into the community with the physically higher functioning residents...to a Volcanic Hot Springs resort. And it turns out that Thursday is going to be a carnival explosion at Manos...we'll see ...
... from the bus were taken into a room full of army guys with big guns (lots of these in Latin America) where the door was locked and we had to answer to a register to check we were all here. We were spoken to in Spanish by an official kind of guy and then the army guys dispersed themselves among us and motioned for us to open our bags. After a very stressful and official seeming business, the army guys took one quick peep into our bags and motioned us out again. ...
... music, loads of locals but no one actually swimming. It was all rather odd so after an hour or two we gave up and headed back into town.
Our second week there plodded on much as the first did, with even more grammar thrown at us! Luckily we also got lots of conversation practice, so I'm now feeling much more confident at chatting in Spanish. Now I'm heading back to base ready to natter with the locals, and hopefully not forget it all...