Hotel Mango Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... part of the blog! Sadly, this trip has come to an end. I was even entertaining ideas of taking this year off to do some more travel. However, I ended up decided to do a couple more years of hard work before heeding back out. Though I will hopefully get time to travel to the states and the uk again in the middle of the year for my sister's graduation and to catch up with some if the awesome people that I met during the last few months thanks for sticking with me readers! Until next ...
... to mimic natural forests. Coffee grows on a bush low to the ground, it can grow very well with filtered sunlight, therefore often plantains and other fruit and nut trees are planted among the coffee rows to allow for increased profitability on the farm. This technique also provides necessary habitat for birds and limits erosion of the soil. The pictures do not do it justice but when looking at hillsides planted in the conventional way, rows on rows of only coffee, ...
... speak English fluently. The guys are having a towel fight as I'm typing now. Today for Kids Games we had swimming as the theme sport. We did some water games with the kids and most of us got wet. One of the kids caught a gecko which was pretty cool. And to close, here's the verse of the day that perfectly compliments the Costa Rican scenery… "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth ...
... City from there. I needed to get out of there IFR because of low clouds and visibility. I was struggling with the Jeppesen charts – they're kind of bothersome not being in a binder. I should say something about the Jepp charts. Yes, they are all here – the big airports with instrument procedures. Even Tikal’s are here, but you have to know how to find them – by the name of the CITY. I looked in four ...
... from our grocery store purchases yesterday. We thought the highlight was the guacamole. Clearly the team that made the avocado, tomato and onion selection did an excellent job. Later we dined on a special Costa Rican buffet provided by our lodge.
Wow! This was a real foodie day. No one went to bed hungry. It was also an extremely rich and rewarding day to have the opportunity to meet and visit with members of the local village and to share meals with them in their ...