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Woke up early this morning as we wanted to go for a walk along the wallboard around the mangroves, but unfortunately no one had come to open the gate like it was supposed to be at 6am so we went and had breakfast instead. We didn't have long to wait anyway because the last bus to the airport leaves at 8 o'clock and we needed to taxi up the road to the bus terminal as well. Once at the bus terminal we got straight on the bus ...
... beach walking. So I was the only one who arrived unprepared, but I did manage to get some equipment from the boat, so I was able to snorkel. A ridiculous man.
The trip itself, despite its expense proved to be quite good. Seymour Island (we were recommended) had plenty of Frigates and Boobies plus some Lava Gulls and some great Land Iguanas. The Frigates were the highlight and we managed to get pretty close, so we were able to see the males ...
... 10... the queue was going so slowly and every five minutes my name was being called, along with those of three others. The first official looking person I ambushed told me I still had to wait my turn at passport control despite what the intercom voice had said, so I carried on waiting, feeling even more agitated as the minutes went by. I was so afraid IŽd miss my flight! Finally another couple ambushed an official close by me, saying their names were ...
... Fathers and Brothers Today
The Somascan Fathers and Brothers continue St. Jerome's mission by:
- Living in communities
- Pursuing holiness by prayer and ministry to the poor
- Living in humility and meekness
- Loving work
- Devotion to the Crucified Jesus and Mary, Mother of the Orphans
- Being either priest or brother.
Perform different ...
The flight from Quito was uneventful and I arrived back in Guayaquil late afternoon.
In the evening I went out for dinner with my friend and colleague 'E' to a crab restaurant. I was desperate to have crab at least once before I left Ecuador, because the coast is known for its crab dishes and many people, including several students, had recommended them to me. I had garlic ...