Hotel Le Voltaire
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some of the lookouts take you right up to them, we got really wet a few times! It was one of the pricier tours from the school but well worth every penny, even the humongous quantity of pennies I dropped at the gift shop later. I finally found some things that a special someone will really like. xoxoxo. Back home, going through my bag, I found just enough kinesio tape for my foot... Ahhh! So freaking glad I decided to bring that stuff, I almost left it at ...
... Everyone who has encountered this group this week could not see where one church ended and the other began. We have grown so close, we have shared so much--and we have truly become one body. That has been such an amazing thing to be a part of, and such a blessing for all of us.
We will be coming home to our families so full, and so blessed, and so, so grateful for the gift of this time. ...
... with their boards because the waves were big and perfect for surfing.. Bambi was using them to our advantage and letting them bring us in to the beach. I screamed at the top of my lungs as we almost tipped three times. EVERYONE was roaring with laughter... at the very last second I tipped out of the friggin' kayak and my swim bottoms almost came off in the sand. Disaster. It was so fun but I am soooo glad to be on solid ground again. ...
... likes it all and he takes all of my salsa Lizano. We spent a week here.. The days went like this. Woke up to breakfast just in time to eat before the van taking us to the beach left for the kite site. Nicola has one big truck with a trailer full of gear. Those who don't have a car (like us) pile up in or on the truck to drive a few minutes down unpaved roads to smaller dirt roads with a series of barbed wire fences that need to be opened up and closed on the way to ...
... removed, the beans go into the roaster and are slowly heated over a wood fire. The lighter roast has more caffeine than beans that are roasted longer. Once they are roasted they go into the grinder and we get the benefit of the aroma!
The mill tries to be as green and efficient as possible--you can see the woodpile used for roasting and drying, some of which comes from ...