Hotel Mango Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... to get through Costa Rican customs. It was a right faff but would have been a lot worse if we didn't have the bike bags. With everyone back on-board, we were soon on the main road to San Jose and the next phase of the holiday was underway. We got off the coach in the pouring rain at San Jose airport. As we extracted our bags from the luggage compartment a lone energetic taxi man greeted us and enquired if we were in need of his services. "Yes but we have ...
... which were again translated. The love was ever present in the room. Hugs by Dona Annabelli helped Nicole get through her speech; Dona Patrice pronounced Josh's speech "tender"; Paul was pronounced as the strong one; and I barely hit through my speech without crying. We presented them with flowers for the shop and restaurant; they presented each of us with cards and gifts. A note about Dona Patrice. I may have written about her before, but can't be ...
... road up the mountain.
As we climbed the volcano we entered the clouds. It was windy and chilly and everything became shrouded in mist. We were unable to see into the volcano's mouth. I am told there is a lake at the bottom that bubbles and belches with the volcano's activity. I was able to see a few species of bird here, so it was not all a loss.
COFFEE! The hillsides on the drive to Poas were dominated by coffee. Mostly in a form of cultivation ...
... on this trip already possesses this kind of faith. Maybe not to the degree we would like but we certainly made a dent in the dirt and in the lives of the people in Buenos Aires. These "Thrivent Builds with Habitat" trips are a true blessing and opportunity to continue to grow our faith. They give us the chance to thank God by helping those in need. May God continue to work in our lives.
... The city had ALOT going on at once. The stint team showed us around the city and we prayed as a team in the center of the city. We then walked to a restaurant downtown and enjoyed some quality tiko food! After lunch, we walked through the downtown market that was full of fun things and lots of Tikos trying to get our money haha. Took the bus back to the hostel and had a very relaxing ...