Hermosa Heights Villas
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... and the starry moray. The zebra moray was under a rock and has a very small head, which could be easily mistaken for a sea snake as it does not look like a typical moray eel. It was skittish, and hid as our fins came by. The starry moray was lying on the grassy sea bottom, foraging for food and was yellow and black in color. Students were told about a sea cave, where the ebb and flow of the tide affect the volume of the cave. The tide was low enough to explore, and a few shots ...
... similar. A bit less waves. The first time i heard russian speech in weeks since my time in miami. Went for a nice walk and walked through cliffs to make it to the secluded gorgeous beach with small islands around. On next day i went with a local guy to visit his family in the jungle. Area is called San Blas, around Jicoral. I love the idea to see how local family lives and also an opportunity to practice spanish.
... flip her way down the beach, around 30m I imagine. This was a surreal experience! I never thought I would actually see one this close. Pics are on my camera so I'll upload them soon. Came back for breakfast at 8:00 and now chill time. Went for a swim, well more of a jump to avoid the waves kinda swim and then sunbathed for a bit which was nice and it's cloudy all day here so to have a bit of sun was nice. The kids then came and it was ...
Katelyn and Lauren here! We started today off even earlier and even brighter at 5:30 AM. We went to the Kitchen for Devotionals led by Annie about 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 and how important it is to show love to those who we are serving and what that love is.Then we were served breakfast that consisted of eggs and ham jamon (like an egg and ham scrambler) and plantains (like a banana) and minty tea. Right after breakfast we jumped in to the grind of painting. ...
... are strictly illegal (a case was being heard as I travelled through). And the Ticos are a self confident, brash lot. Easy to talk to -- quick to laugh -- proud of their country.
Crossing from one country to the other was the usual hassle. Large buses dumped their passengers out into the immigration area just as I arrived, and we stood in a long line in the hot sun. I found myself behind a really ...