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... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... having the honor to speak with Ms. Dede Maribal, the only surviving sister. She lives in the house where the sisters grew up, but occasionally comes to the museum to talk and visit. She is a REMARKABLE woman and gave us great insight into the lives of her sisters. At 87 years old, she is incredibly lively and was incredibly happy to talk with us and answer questions we had; What an amazing experience with living history!
... is very often some form of plantains: mashed with onions (called "mangu"), boiled, or cut in pieces and fried (called "tostones") and something else listed above. Fun fact: when I'm asked if I want a "sandwich" that is defined as ham and cheese on toasted bread with ketchup and mayo. Don't get me wrong, I love ketchup, but I can't do it on a sandwich. I learned pretty quickly to ask for ...
... stoves and other equipment being hauled
out of storage and put into the bed of a Daihatsu Dyna truck. As scouts
arrived, their bags were staged in the covered area. The bags were piled
high atop the gear in the Daihatsu and covered in a hurry with tarps
against momentary, heavy rain. The scouts themselves all piled into a
50-seater bus while I got in the back of Pablo's pickup with the food and a
few of ...
... writing is typically a way I process
anxiety and refocus attention, I'm afraid to say it plays a roll in the
stress I feel at this moment.
As of today I have posted a total of 108 posts starting from the time it
became clear I would probably be invited to serve and leading up to today.
So far, my blogging efforts comprise the most ambitious undertaking of my
time in the Peace Corps given the obstacles ...