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... and more importantly, the children. My tactic for this in the first few weeks was to play as many games with the children as possible. We did lots of colouring and drawing pictures, played hangman, played in the park and I helped them a lot with their homework. It naturally happened that I started to create a better relationship with the younger children because of my level of Spanish. Really helpfully, a precious volunteer had created a document with all of the children's ...
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In the early afternoon, Phillip led the group's first book club meeting in which everyone had the opportunity to share what they were reading. Some of the books presented included A Walk in the Woods (Michael) For Whom the Bell Tolls (Ryan), Angels and Demons (Daniel), The Hobbit (Emily), Harry Potter in Spanish (Danika), and Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization (Phillip), as well as a pithy existentialist poem by ...
... brain is a very hard task, and you realize quickly how out of control your brain in fact is. Trying to focus 11 hours a day is extremely challenging, and there were certainly sessions were I was distracted nearly the entire time. But as I progressed in my efforts, I began to see the fruits. So here is the basic science behind Vipassana meditation. The brain consists of four processes: consciousness, perception, sensation and reaction. The first part, consciousness, is the ...
... who were we to argue.
With the delayed start we settled on a goal of reaching San Hose los Chiquitos. Stopped at Robore for fuel. RG's first experience of Bolivian fuel prices for foreigners. RG paid 136 B and Colin 57 B. Tourist TAX!!!! We may have been very lucky to be delayed as the city of Robore was flooded from an electrical storm just before our arrival. Running water and flooded streets.
On balance a good day: Aduana ✔ Police ✔ Colin's ...
We caught a long and slow eight hour bus to the city of Cochabamba from La Paz, which was home to a Christ that is bigger than the Christ in Rio de Janeiro, on a hill overlooking the city. We found a hostel, not far from the market, which became my personal highlight of the city, with its many fruit stalls which served fruit salads and banana splits and milkshakes piled with ice cream and cream, all for less than $2. We caught our first minivan early one morning for a five hour ...
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