La Casa De James Y Rafa
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Really slept in this morning until 10am. There was a beautiful rainbow outside our balcony. We quickly got dressed and headed to the Windjammer for breakfast.
After breakfast, we came back to the room and debated going into port (our waiter was really against it last night). Once the rain stopped, we decided to give it a shot. Tendering was easy, and the port wasn’t too bad. It’s ...
... of classes/my projects, I’m already settled and got the place I consider home. I have been talking to people so I know there are other house options in Guasumita. We told them that in 5 months if they don’t have 10,000 pesos I’m not moving out and 5 months is a long time so they might change their mind about moving into the house.
SO INDECISIVE: I’ve made up my mind so I can officially tell all of you. I want a ...
... to presentations with our project partners people began to get their luggage and head to their site with their project partners. Luckily I live near 3 volunteers so we had our own bus with our project partners. the other volunteers live in El Triple, El Cano, and Antonci. They´re all about a 7 min motorcycle ride from me. The closest town for all of us that has internet and clothing stores is Don Juan. We´re about 2 hours north of ...
... you reveal that impossibly incredible thing, a snap decision has to be made: “Do I look at this thing through my swollen stinging eyes or do I continue to keep them closed, try not to listen to the puking guy, and pray for this to end?” Also if someone in your group can be absolutely terrified it will add to this enriching experience. Last but not least, have a stranger come into this setting wearing a raincoat and goggles, sitting on a bed of ...
... it as a way to save money. With the price of natural gas increasing, they cannot afford to cook on their more costly cook stoves. Finally, my last project is with a group of youth committed to improving the environment. My work with them is currently focused on gardening and composting as a way to help improve the soil quality and increase the quantity of organic fruits and vegetables. Of course, these are tried and ...