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The adventure is beginning. Spence and I are at the airport waiting for our flight to Houston then connecting to San Salvador. 8 1/2 hours total flying time, 12 hours door to door. Very excited to embark on this together. Here is a pic at the airport as well as a picture of the type of home we will be building in the San Vincente Region of El Salvador. Spencer is enjoying his last Starbucks for a couple of ...
... the houses' actual plumbing and electrical power setup or composition. Repairing some dents and any cracks present in the walls, applying paint to all of the ceilings and the walls are some types of such adjustments.
Layout alterations include altering the arrangements or perhaps layouts of the utilities, items and so on in the houses, parts or perhaps areas of a building and adjusting the main electricity and plumbing system ...
I arrived at another high quality hostel in Montreal in time to chime into the conversation of the two Australian guys and one Italian/Austrian/German lady in my room before sinking into another pleasant 2 hour nap. By this time I an annoying head cold had come upon me, but it was not too dire. After I had set my alarm, woke up, showered and got ready for unspecified evening events, the other three – who had been out having dinner – returned. After grabbing a schwarma kebab (I ...
... a Chinese and Japanese garden, a garden of nations, a shade garden a green house, a butterfly house, an insectarium and a bunch of other things, attached are just a few pictures. We were busy but took time to smell the roses. We then went to the look out tower that is a part of the Olympic stadium. We then went into ...
... towards something: discovery, joy, people, places, love and life. Some people find it in the place they were born in and live their life at the same place with their loved ones and die knowing they have really lived and loved.
Others keep changing roads, and call "home" different places.
They may not have their loved ones close to them all the time, but they are never lonely.