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Today we mixed cement and formed bucket brigade lines to pass buckets of concrete onto the site and pour the foundation. It was a lot of hot heavy work! At 2:00 we left the site and drove to a school. It was a religious school which received sponsorship money to run ...
... been here before. It took me a minute to figure out when, but I remembered it was with Sara as we were on our way to Peru. I miscalculated my arrival time with the Chicago ladies and realized I had a 6 hour wait until they arrived. I grabbed some food at Subway in exchange for the wifi password, and then curled up for a solid nap. I even ended up sitting in the same chairs that Sara and I sat in when we were here last time... old habits die ...
... next to our hostel for dinner and had a good chat. He ended up coming past our hostel after they closed and we bought a bottle of rum off him he had at the restaurant, legend! Apparently you can get in big trouble and there were heaps of cops walking up and down the street over the weekend so he did it on the sly so we had a few rums on saturday and sunday night at the hostel and just chilled out. We had breaky at Aaron's, said goodbye then ...
... he did a good job
making it romantic! I’ve certainly never
been kissed at a volcano in El Salvador before.
This volcano is located in beautiful Park El Boqueron. After the eruption in 1917 the lagoon which
had originally been there was gone and the landscaped changed, eventually
becoming what we see today – a large hole.
We even got to try on ...
... something) we went to el museo de arte. There was a massive Dalí exhibit there of his illustrations of the divine comedy. Anyone who knows me knows that I am kind of OBSESSED with Salvador Dalí. For $ 1.50 entrance fee, that also felt like a private tour! There was ************e else in the whole place!!
9. We pulled over and bought green mango with lemon and salt from a little lady on the side of the street... ...
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