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... comes right to the house, and for US $ 15.00 spends an hour massaging tired muscles and she's skilled enough to work on the shoulder I injured falling on the ice a couple of years ago, on the ever-sore back and for rehab-exercises for my hand surgery. Needless to say, these people could follow me back to Iron River and I'd be very happy!
Life is (very) good!
Hasta luego, Jane
... 1/5 lack access to medical treatment entirely. Huge regional disparities exist. Education is free and compulsory only at the primary level nationwide, however, over 90% are literate. The per capita income is about $10,000 US and growing more diverse. And yes, the spoken Spanish of Columbia is considered the purest Spanish spoken in Latin America --- let's see if they still think that way when I finish!!!
Adios, Hasta luego!
... for about $12 USD - not too bad. We were completely relaxed until we started chatting with a group of people that ended up working for Aquilla Cerveza. They were the beer sponsor of the fest. They wanted to speak English with us and give us free beer and gifts. We went home with a couple of ugly baseball hats, an Aguila serving tray and a cooler ha. Obviously we have a lot of use for these things.;) We got to the airport with all of our loot only to find out our ...
... the parade from spectator stands along the route. Otherwise I am informed you won't see much. 'Bugger!' I think to myself. I do not have a ticket. I queue, get to the army guy and in my ******* terrible Spanish show him my map while telling him I would like to pass and no, I don't have a ticket. I tell him I'm alone and smile. He lets me through I walk a little and see there's a next set of barriers and more army personnel. I do exactly the same, again. It ...
... crush of yesterday, getting frustrated with the distance between the parade and the people. If you are rich, you can buy seats in shaded stands, but if you´re not, like us, you can rarely seem much. Nonetheless, we went and discovered that at intervals the audience can cross the parade and watch hanging over the barriers. It was so much better, to be able to see the dancers, groups and costumes, some beautiful, some weird and some just damn right rude! Also, ...
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