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... haven't spent a single Costa Rican Colones! So far, Steve has tasked us with mango processing (he has very, very productive mango trees), digging holes for footings for the new volunteer cabin, cleaning the food-processing equipment, cooking, planting seeds and drying herbs in his solar dehydrator. The food he prepares includes fresh juice from his fruit trees (passion fruit, pineapple, mango, banana, ...
... site it was time for lunch. Afterwards we set off in groups of 8 in our rubber rafts down the lazy river under instruction of our guides who thankfully knew how to keep us out of the trees. There were a few stretches of white water but nothing too scary and overall we had a very pleasant time bobbing along for a couple of hours. The bus collected us a few miles down river so we didn't have to paddle back to the start and ...
Hello readers, I am posting late about yesterday (2/6) because we were so busy I didnt have time to blog! So we woke up early and took one of the red taxis to Manuel Antonio National Park, considered among the top 12 most beautiful National parks in the world. It is a tropical dry forest that is strictly under environmental protection due to the significant biodiversity of species found here and the fact that the ecosystem of the park itself ...
... lunch time. We pray her story has great impact on them.
This has been an amazing time in Costa Rica and our hearts are happy to come home and yet sad to say goodbye to so many of the kids that captured our hearts.
We'll check in when we make it to Houston...and we should even be able to catch up with the rest of our team in the airport there for a few hours while we overlap there.
We're trusting Him all the way home.
... so close to you. A raised table of mangoes - where they stopped to nibble - gave us the opportunity to see clearly their beautiful wings and take some photos. It was so relaxing - almost enchanting.
Besides the Butterfly Garden, the museum has various halls dedicated to pre-Colombian history, indigenous gold, national history and temporary exhibits though the most interesting aspect for me was the history of the building. It ...