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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the airplanes as they taxi out and then come roaring back for takeoff. You also see the traffic stuck out on the freeway. Nice way to relax and begin our trip. Went downstairs and watched a local Alajuela team against an United States team. Learned a phrase used by the Costa Ricans after they score and the ball goes to the other team "tomela con leche". All in all was a pleasant evening with lots of nice conversation with Johnny.
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... for navigating the city-from bus to taxi to station-are now useless!! Yay! The biggest insight I take from leaving this home is the importance of family. Yami's house is located on a small hill/cul de sac upon which her entire family lives. To the right is her cousin, next to that is her sister, her brother and more cousins live a few houses down. Essentially it is a neighbourhood of family with aunts preparing meals for us, stopping in to say hello and eat a ...
... leaning forward over the counter trying to understand when he said something to us and all we heard was telephone. Slowly, it dawned on us that he was asking for Kathryn's cell phone number! The three of us jumped backwards as Kathryn quickly told him that she didn't have a cell phone and we ran off. Hahaha it was great. Kathryn's trademark is now that she has a Costa Rican novio. It was hilarious. I'll post a picture of Kathryn in front of the ...
... who manages the animals. Antonio taught Juan Carlos how to more effectively wrangle a horse and the two of them made Pinto the horse run around in circles for a while. He also helped all the Jireh staff to understand that it's okay to pull on a horse's mane to mount him, as there are no nerve endings there and it's not painful. He began to discuss hoof care and shoeing the horse as well as nutrition. A new connection was made and hopefully Antonio can help Jireh to better ...