Casa de los Suenos
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... half a kilo.Crazy!
But that's about it,unfortunately.Our idea of selling in this potentially great place filled with turism didn't go through,once again mainly for the unforgiving weather conditions.
So off we go again,towards my next project,filled with optimism like never before,hoping my friends could spend at least few days with me in the next,apparently, gorgeous settings of the Rio Dulce, to the extreme east of the country.
See you there then.
... her life. Working with the national volunteers has really opened my eyes and I never realised such things could happen to some of the most wonderful people I've ever met... Linda's performance really affected us all in different ways and she was incredibly brave to do what she did... However the cultural night felt like it was over due to the emotions in the room... I hated seeing everyone so speechless ...
... smiles and "I speak little english" "I speak a little spanish!" are you working here? I know friends in Montreal, what do you do, are you here alone, what's your name. They noticed my caffeine idol. This all in Spanish. .. " you bought a coffee maker?" Raised eyebrows " yes, I NEED coffee in the morning" "Oh, it is very expensive. You take back to Canada?" I think we're now either a couple or I've promised her the coffee maker when I'm done with it...hopefully the ...
Last week was our last week in San Pedro and the Spanish School. We both enjoyed the learning experience and are trying to speak mostly Spanish now, even to each other. Last week was Easter week, a very traditional and exciting time for all the Guatemalans here. There were many tourists from the cities who come for the party atmosphere and the beautiful religious traditions that we saw here, and are repeated all over the country.
We have included photos ...
... chicken, pork, potato, rice, and beans, hot tortillas from the shop across the street. I got to make one-not too good at it! We enjoyed eating the family, playing with the children, seeing the older daughter’s career project-she wants to be an architect and designed a model of a housing project. We left full and happy, then visited the church and joined the locals visiting the lenten ...