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... Yes. Exactly. Believe it! I heard it and no coercing can get me to testify otherwise.
CB - "There are many days yet to come my dear hubby. :)
I haven't written for quite a while. Scott is better about journals and this blog and the likes. He is correct in saying that you must document before it becomes second nature.
... 232;che vitrine. Nous mangeons dans un restau buffet comme la veille. Le lendemain a été notre grosse journée. Il n'y a pas tant de choses à voir à part les bâtiments coloniaux qui ponctuent les rues. Nous nous rendons à l'ancien "Palacio Legislativo" qui fait office de musée sur l'histoire du Paraguay. Puis nous passons devant le nouveau où toutes les décisions sont prises. Enfin nous terminons notre tour par la Casa de ...
... The trainer has given me two months to learn Spanish. He tacked something else on and I got three. Can you believe it, I do not like collections? However, I have found myself working in collections off and on for years. Yikes! We went to lunch at an Italian restaurant. The next day we had pizza for lunch. I may have trouble losing the weight I gained from the stress of going on a mission. For the most part, the food ...
... process challanging at first but we soon got used to it and it wasnŽt long before we were asking how much a beer cost in the super market and what the menu of the day was with the best of them. We were soon masters of the language! Not really, it turns out that learning a language, even if you are living in the country is really bloody difficult! But we will perservere and by the time we come home weŽll be as fluent and bilingual as Manuel from Fawlty ...
... who wanted to tell us everything you ever wanted to know about Paraguay. We'd jumped in on our way to the Museo del Barro - a fantastic art museum housing everything from indigenous sculptures to funnily shaped carrots - and got so caught up in conversation about Paraguayan history that we asked him to come and pick us up later. He took us on a tour of some of the city (about an hour and a half in the taxi cost under a tenner); we saw the current president's house, an ...