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... t believe the quality of art work they produced!
This week's camp has been at the Museum of Archaelogy. It's a bit bigger of a group. Water games are incorporated, which the girls appreciate to cool down with! They pack a lunch each day and supposedly are very popular for their peanut butter and jelly that no one here has seen ...
... some lessons how to navigate these things that pop up in a new place: being
resourceful, being patient, understanding how small your world really is, and realizing the value in speaking Spanish!
Yesterday we came up from the beach, exited the elevator, and what do I see on the rug in front of our door? My orange tank top! We all did a celebration dance. Like many other “things” from our American life, I appreciate it more having been without.
... br> beer! Yay! Not watery! Moira and Celia ordered their usual Fanta Limon and
Sprite (then they mix it).
From there, we scouted out a local establishment Los
Mejillones and had amazing fresh calamari with sangria and live guitarists
which Tess tried to outperform.
Next was an ice cream place with ...
... the attic is that every square inch of the place is filled with these trinkets and clutter. We’ve gotten used to the fact that our things will simply be on top of the dresser and not in its drawers – same with kitchen food, etc. When I get anxious about all the stuff, I remind myself of the entertainment it provides on a daily basis. ...
... has chosen green for his cover, but it is a bright leaf green, and can be seen for miles. Looking down on the village, we can see our home with its sun terrace directly above our bedroom, and tall electricity substation across the road from us.
From this distance, our place looks pretty isolated, last house on the north east corner of the village, with only orchards and farms below us. This isolation is illusory, as the valley acts as a sound shell for the ...