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... though, 67 years of age, but definitely not retired. She was a psychiatrist, who just quit her own practiced she have had for 30 years. Do to. Ew owners, higher rent and so on. But she made it very clear, she was not done yet. She still had to much energy to retire. Many times, listening to her speak, I couldn't help but laugh a little, about the times she, as a psychiatrist, most have been the one, listening, for hours an hours and now the roles had changed. I learn about ...
... a place as any and we spotted a veggie option on the menu. However my broken Spanish ordered something I was expecting to be steak but turned out more like a big pork chop, disappointing! Day 2 and we wanted to get out of the city as we are more interested in scenery than towns so headed off to Mindo - an ecotourist cloud forest in the mountains with lots of activities to enjoy. Blog 2 will tell you all about it as we need to head out and get started now! Sarah and ...
... whose birthday we were celebrating) and a few other coworkers. It was ladies' night so we were angling for discounts on the pizza. The pizza was good, but what I really enjoyed was the conversation. I met Maddie, who teaches the conversation club, and interrogated her on the ins and outs (which.. was honestly disappointing. Not any structure aside from attendance and a rough outline of a topic per week. I'm a little apprehensive).
Managed to get out of bed at a decent hour and went to the CEC building. Planned through Wednesday for lessons and spoke with Gladys (Henry, the big boss's secretary) about my bank card. She's looking into it.
Class went alright. Substituted for my favorite basic class. ...
... feature on the landscape, so we were excited to climb it to take in a panoramic view of the city. It didn't disappoint. We went up a few rickety ladders to get to the top of one spire, and up another set to reach the belfry. On the way back down, we stopped for a coffee in the attached shop, enjoying the views again from the huge windows, and trying to get our bearings of what's what in the city. We took in another plaza next to the basilica, ...