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... unappealing but then I felt bad about running up against my privilege as someone who has grown up not having to wash their own clothes by hand only a handful of times in my life.
So I found someone to do my laundry. I ran into the security guard at the front of the subdivision and asked him if he knew of where I could get my clothes washed. It turns out he has a "friend" that does this and that she could come by tomorrow. ...
... the end of my salsa dancing for the night.
We ran into a few of the expats from the Internations event on Thursday and I was once again presented with the same challenge of trying to explain what I was doing in Nicaragua. It went something like this.
So what's your name?
So where are you from?
Oh, I love California! What are you doing in ...
... out as they flew past our faces, but then the husband of the pregnant woman announced that in Costa Rica he’d been bitten by a vampire bat. He said it must have thought he was a cow and it landed on his arm and started sucking the blood out of it. Vampire bat saliva has a numbing solution in it, so he couldn’t feel anything in his arm for two days afterward, though he could feel the series of rabies shots he got in that arm after he got back to ...
... appearance, unlike its sister city of León and historical rival, which displays Castilian trends. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
After dropping our bags in the rooms that were ready, an orientation tour as we headed firstly to the Tierra Tours office, then lunch at Garden Cafe. Blueberry, strawberry and a ...
... This is done on a large
table – by hand with scissors (machines do not work as the fruit is too sticky).
The fruit is then packaged, sealed, inspected and stored for shipping. They also
purchase processed cashews from a ...