Quinta Don Fernando
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... crossing, etc., but overall that wasn't too bad since we took the trip slowly. After 10 km, we stopped to sample some local strawberries and string-cheese. Then we were off for the challenge of going up 5 major hills. We were proud to make the first 3, and with the coffee plantation supposedly just 6 km away, felt like we could make the full route. But the long last hill ...
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... for a Tia that was troubled. She cried and I held her in my arms until she stopped. It was a very moving day. It continued when we were honored with our own prayer session given by Helen. A remarkable woman who has a gift of seeing into one's soul. Most of us were driven to tears when she prayed over each and every one of us. The prayers were very personal as if she could look right inside our hearts...
... leafs from the sides of the crown and they should not come out and the crown should not fall off!! Once you buy a pineapple refrigerate ....otherwise it is fermenting....not ripening! Guide also mentions you can put an apple in a bag with an avocado that you want to ripen - the ethylene gas given off will ripen the avocado more quickly. Got to try that!
Saw beautiful fields of pineapple (they spray with ethylene gas at night to ...
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given to the caregivers and sisters, I know we have done some excellent work
with these underserved people. If I was independently wealthy, I'd hire some
more people to come to Manos and just play with and interact with those people.
They are beyond excited when people play or interact with them, and it's just
delightful to see their joy.
Tomorrow we must say goodbye to the people of Manos Abiertas