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... this cycle and have them understand that there are other solutions. Recently, we have had a problem with stealing in the school. DVDs have been stolen from our Library and Middle School English classroom, among other things. It is sad that this has become a problem, but in a country where everyone fends for himself I understand why someone might do it.
That's all for now! This weekend we are invited to a families' house for a Karaoke party, should be fun!
... the buss would start leaving the station before everyone was off and they’d have to jump while it was moving. I’m still not entirely sure why these buses are referred to as “chicken buses” because I did not see a single chicken either riding to San P or home. Regardless, it was quite the adventure and I’m sure we’ll be riding the “chicken bus” often.
Once in San P the group decided to split up. Some people decided to ...
... the bus ride when we noticed a security check point. They
stopped the bus and started checking for everyone's I.D.. When they
got to us, they wanted to see our passports. Our School group leader,
was holding them for us but it turned out that he left them back at
the hotel not thinking that we would need them. We were taken off of
the bus, when they found out that we didn't have the passports, and
held in a little wooden shed next to the highway while they ...
... 300 hundred people show up at a house the very next day. Around here, if a tragedy happens to one, it happens to all. Itīs good to know that we are watched over and cared for as if we were one of the locals. They would give us the shirt of their back. And they have! Although itīs usually in the form of late night leftovers of chicken, rice, and beans.
Until next time, mis amigos.
**Jump, and the net will ...
... that that might be us, we decided to press on and complete our knee clattering journey. One and a half hours later, we got back to the lodge and packed our bags, readied ourselves for another 1.5km walk down the hill for the last bus of the day back to Tegus.
A seemingly swift ride to the city was followed by checking back into our favourite hotel, the Iberia, for one more night of filth and misery. Only it wasn’t too bad this time. Scrooge had ...
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