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... realise that Projects Abroad value safety and would ensure student volunteers would be safe as well as helpful when volunteering.
First I walked around and watching a whole community and volunteers chip in to help rebuild houses that had been destroyed by recent hurricanes. It was heart warming to see people help out others. There was plenty of jobs to do but the first one I was given was to help out digging and resurfacing the land. It ...
... longest, because one guy in our group was a rasta from Chile and he wouldn't have let us to a quick one ;)
Gotta say, turned out to be the best decision we made. We were guided by a local rastaman with the name stoneman. He knew the people that lived in the area and we were generally accepted with a lot of curiosity. I believe not a lot of tourists wonder about in the area and they are just ...
... joke, its alright, no biggie!
Reached the airport and was talking to mom a lil first before i head to check in, i told mom to park and come check in with me, but she said no.
after checking in my mom called me and told me come out since check in only took 10 mins.
we chat a lil more and tension got stronger i told her to park once again and wait with me inside but she said no, both of us got frustrated then ended up with a lil ...
... to be in the presence of something that lived millions of years ago. The area was riddled with many (much smaller) fossils and El Infernito an ancient astronomical observatory, complete for some reason with giant phalluses. On our return journey we also chanced upon a house made completely of clay inside and out with weird Gaudi-esque shapes and designs.
It was my birthday while we were in Villa de Leyva and we celebrated by staying a couple of nights in ...
... reverent atmosphere, we availed ourselves of free internet connections to different parts of the world. Franz emailed his publisher back in Austria the last chapters of the book he had written whilst serving in the Austrian Army on a peace keeping mission in Israel, while I updated my blog and booked a cycling tour in Jamaica for my fellow passengers and myself. Says it all really! (A good bit here is that as I tried to pay the deposit for the cycling tour in Kingston on a web ...