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... to pick it up out of the bin. I looked at Glenn and said "Well, kiss that baby good-bye". We immediately drove to the airport and chatted with the security guys and sure enough it was still there.
Long story short, Dad got the computer the next day by 1:30pm. Next, how was Jim going to get his computer back. There were options of mailing it to the ...
... point (not the peak as the volcano is active!) we couldn't see the peak from cloud, but over the next five minutes it miraculously cleared and the view was amazing! We could also see Volcan Agua and the twin peaks from the top which was amazing! We climbed down onto the lava field and got our next brilliant surprise when the guide pulled out marshmallows and we got to toast them on hot spots of the ...
... religion made the Indians passive to their oppression. The idea of receiving a kingdom of heaven upon death made the Indians forget about their reality. 4) Guatemalans are humble people. They are appreciative and thankful for what little they have. They don't need to be rich to be happy. 5) Guatemalans value nature; the earth is considered the mother of the people. 6) The elderly are respected and are considered valuable members of society for their knowledge and experience ...
... find was a dental one where they just stared at me blankly like the two zombie cockneys. I failed, so went went with approach two – visit the market and buy steak and spinach overload! I mixed the spinach in some mash potato which turned out green which was pretty odd – but using the kitchen and cooking meals that probably could be shared between 4 people slowly started to do the trick!
2 days in, and I was back climbing mountains, more specifically 'The ...
... Kickstarts Exciting New Life Chapter with Purchase of Cheap Bracelet
Well, that does it for our latest Guatemalan adventure. Now in Antigua for a quick one night visit, then flying back home tomorrow. Icy roads, scraping windshields and, best of all, Christmas shopping in absurdly packed malls. Culture shock, anyone?
See you soon!
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