Bed and Breakfast Quepos Costa Rica – New improvements
Every month at Villas Jacquelina Bed and Breakfast Quepos Costa Rica we make additions and improvements to improve the property or make our place more enjoyable for our guests. Some additions are small and some are large. This month we installed a new laundry wash basin. This basin will be used to wash hotel towels and sheets using captured rainwater from the rooftop above.
Our goal at Villas Jacquelina Bed and Breakfast Quepos Costa Rica is to be as eco friendly as possible. This goal was put in place when we started the project and came up with our ecofriendly building design. Today we continue to pressure this goal as we put in a new wash basin that will use rain water to wash clothing, towels and linens.
Also this month, Quepos received a special visit from some family who brought us some other cool stuff from the US. Everytime we have friends or family visit from the States, its like Chrismas morning because they bring us all sorts of cool things you can’t really get in Costa Rica. This month we got a disco pool light, Cards Against Humanity, New Amazing White Peach Starbuzz Shisha, and some much need electronic accessories.
Cards Against Humanity is a great party game we just bought for Villas Jacquelina Bed and Breakfast Quepos Costa Rica. It is a blast to play with friends and guests and will help create great vibes at the Villas for years to come.
Cards against Humanity – A party game for horrible people
Here is what Wikipedia says about this awesome game:
Cards Against Humanity is a multiplayer party game available in published hardcopy via purchase and as a free download that players can print off to create their own cards via print shops. Its development originated from a successful Kickstarter campaign and has since received nationwide acclaim for its simple concept backed up by its satirical, mature content. Its title references the phrase “crimes against humanity”, reflecting its politically incorrect content while its tagline serves as a basic overview of Cards Against Humanity due to the game’s mature content and, often, dark comedy-like results.
Cards Against Humanity was created by a group of Highland Park High School alumni as a party game for a New Year’s Eve celebration. It was initially named “Hyper-theticals” and involved a group of players writing out the most abstract and, often, humorous response to the topic question. The name was later changed to Cards Against Humanity, with the answers pre-written on the white cards known today. In an interview with co-creator, Ben Hantoot, he states that the game was inspired through experience with various games such as Magic: The Gathering, Balderdash, and Charades. He further states that the game was developed by “8 of us who are the core writer-creators, 5 or 6 additional ‘part time’ developers” and “dozens of friends and acquaintances who have played the game”.