Isabella Boutique Hotel
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... they were applauded by the congregation. One different feature of the evening was the baptism of an adult, a man who requested baptism. Melo just flows with the rhythm, the community has its own direction and Melo's participation is the Sunday evening mass, so he just does what he is told to do by the lay leaders. The mass usually starts with special greetings for people who are celebrating a birthday in the coming week, and Melo mentions them in the prayers of offering. ...
We were supposed to have a girls' match this afternoon in Villa against the girls from Brisas but I think they were afraid of losing to a bunch of Gringos! :) So we all hung out on the soccer field and played with the kids, as we tried to politely say no to the 10+ who kept trying to sell us bracelets, juice, wallets, keychains, etc. We all get accosted every time we walk out of the gate but they know most of the us will eventually buy from them. ...
... made by a co-worker from ERIC/RP. The idea of the pinata which is hung from a rafter and then moved up and down with a rope , is that the children try to break open the pinata with a stick so that the contents, candies, will spill out. These pinatas were however so well constructed that two rounds of all the children and the adults could not break open the pinata. Eventually a hole opened and someone assisted the rupture with a few pulls and the candies spilled onto ...
... at 3 pm, but this is countryside and Melo said we will begin when the people are ready. Eventually by 3:30 pm a small group had appeared and Melo prepared for a mass. It was a very relaxed celebration, very informal, and there were three musicians with different sized guitars who led the singing in "rancho" style. We were then taken to the home of Saul, a community elder. He had a house full of adult children and a number of grandchildren. Melo and I were given a room ...
Aside from shoveling, today I also got to work on the
“castillos,” or rebar wall/ground supports. I always enjoyed that part, since
my first summer down here. Leo and I used to race to see who could tie more
wire on the rebar, and I definitely think after 3 summers I might be able to
beat him! So happy he will be working with us all week too!
I have to say one of the coolest things I saw today was the