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... nico Omaere, which was similar to what I did in my Amazon trip back in December. Our guide showed us around the forest, pointing out and explaining different flora species as well as what life was like for the indigenous tribes and how they used their surrounding nature to their advantage. In the afternoon, we arrived in the city of Baņos. I went this place in December with my older host sister where we did the bridge jumping, rafting, and canyoning. I was happy we were able to ...
... MEGA zip-lining. MEGA zip-lining is super long, fast, and fun line that is usually over something scenic like a body of water. In the course that we did there were three lines. The first one was a warm up. You were slung over the jungle for 200 meters (656 feet). The second was the same length but steeper. I enjoyed that one but it came nowhere close to the last line. The last line was 400 meters (1312 feet). I felt free, excited, scared, and weightless. In my opinion, those are some awesome things to ...
... back to work to actually teach. Class went better today; I think I spoke better and they seemed to like the review game I played with them.
After I taught, I proctored another exam. This time it was the sufficiency exam. Sam told me I should expect to proctor it every Wednesday. Today was a special case because of the people taking the test. They got caught in the crack of one of the laws passed. This law is "you must have your sufficiency certification ...
Rained all day today, same as yesterday. At least I didn't have my computer in my backpack this time. Slept in a little again as a result. Felt the lack of sunlight though; supremely unmotivated. I wouldn't go as far to say depressed but I definitely had a subdued mood today.
At least I didn't need to do laundry today.
This morning covered what I'm expected to turn in for evaluation while I'm down here in Ecuador. Not as bad ...
... that sold school supplies. Monales Mora, I believe the name was. The employees were polite and spoke enough English with my Spanish to get my purchases made. And I spent $3 and some change on three notebooks (with the type of lines I wanted) as opposed to $5 on one that wasn't in the format I wanted.
Also picked up an umbrella. Just in case. I'm sensing a theme in the weather here even if there wasn't any rain today (thankfully as I didn't have ...
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