El Rincon De Abi
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... soll. Abgesehen davon war er aber auch super nett, was für uns sehr von Vorteil war. Er hat uns auf sein Boot eingeladen und wir haben mit zwei Angestellten von ihm eine Tour nach Playa Frontón gemacht. Die anderen waren dann Fischen und wir haben ein BBQ mit frischem Fisch am Strand gemacht. War echt super, vor allem da wir die einzigen am Strand waren. Weit und breit nur Palmen, Sand und Meer. Später kamen noch ein paar, die wir mit ...
... but man it was hot. We walked thugh a street market to the town but it's all souvenir shops, not an Internet cafe in sight! We headed back after a while and halfway back we felt a few light spots of rain then two minutes later fat rain, loads of fat rain, which was actually quite refreshing. The locals thought we were mad but we carried on regardless, lost a few dollars to the kids and arrived at the tender looking like drowned ...
... gjørmete veier, folkeliv & merengue og søte, små butikker. Og det er jo dette vi vil oppleve! Frankrike har vi jo reist nok i fra før av. Dagene var for det meste regnfulle, og makan til tordenvær, lyn, smell og drønn har ingen av oss opplevd før! Vi bodde på et flott hotell ved stranden, og hadde en stor leilighet til rådighet, med kjøkken, endelig fikk vi kokkelere litt igjen- og det ble blandt annet en ...
... of Catan and I
arrived just as they were making ready to begin a game! They paired me with
Carl who had never played before and over the course of perhaps a couple
hours while we played I tutored him. Carl was a quick study and I think we
made a good team even though we didn't win. It didn't matter to me, I was
just drunk on the good vibe thrilled to be part of the group.
I was there for hours just playing settlers, and then ...
... at which point he proceeded to run out
into the middle of the highway to stop an oncoming minivan bus. I grabbed
my bag and hustled out after him, dodging traffic as I went. To my
surprise, as I approach the van a hand jutted out the window in the
familiar finger-wag gesture that means "no" and a voice said "NO GRINGOS!"
Then the door rolled open to reveal a grinning Jose (fellow volunteer and