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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna
... monthly group meeting. First they all introduced themselves and did a short icebreaker activity. Then the loans officer did a short lesson on savings and making a budget with the group. Finally the ladies each made their monthly loan repayments. These repayments were given to two members of the group who would go to the Friendship Bridge branch in ...
... Talking of dinner tables, the food so far has been excellent, because we have the privilege of eating Central American and Mexican food every day of the week. Plenty of spice, plenty of beans, even more eggs. The spice makes everything better, and Monica seems to be pretty super at souping up food. I like a papaya - we had it in juice form - but add a bit of cinnamon and it turns a quite paw-paw fruit into one rich-rich (pun intended) in flavour. A new favourite with ...
... Portland for a student exchange for a month or two (or a semester?) so that he can have an english immersion to enhance his current learning. I think that he speaks English better than I speak Spanish, though he would disagree with me. He went to Michigan a couple of years ago for 10 days and really enjoyed himself. I will look to see what the options are. Gladis is too young right now but I would love to host her in the future too.
I have discovered many new ways to play Bananagrams here. The tiles can be used for building mini-castles as demonstrated by Gladis. The other day I walked into the house and Gladis was giggling. She and her father, Juan, were playing yet another version of the game - each would hold up a tile and the other person had to take a guess. Divination!
Yesterday we took a trip to visit one of Catarina's friends nearby in a house ...
... reroute mi caballo. We walked through the town and ended up at a mirador 1.5 hours away. Jose made kissy sounds to the horses to get them to move faster occasionally. Whenever I tried to make kissy sounds, the horse just ignored me. I felt bad for the horses; I don’t know a thing about horses, except that they are a lot bigger than me and kind of scary. I don’t know if they were well taken care of or not. It ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed