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... or has made me cry when I needed to feel raw emotion. Then last but not least goes to my eyes. They get credit for building connections because without them, I wouldn't have fallen in love with this beautiful country, with the good and the bad. They have been open since the minute I got here, teaching me, observing, and making me wonder. They say you shouldn't fall in love by sight, but without my eyes Mexico wouldn't have taught me so many things. So ...
... it a surprise from some people but I figured now it's already out there. I come home August 21st. So I will see you all pretty soon. It will be nice to be home, but to go home I have to leave my home. Now I have two places that my heart calls home, and it might be ever harder to say goodbye to this place than it was to say goodbye to Oregon.
Anyway, I hope all is well, and I'll see you all in august! Best wishes from Mexico. ...
... what was going on, I'd be asking people why they keep giving me dollars." That is probably the most accurate thing I've hear about an exchange year, just to give you an idea of what it's like.
My next blog post will hopefully include the details of Ruta Maya, but for now I'm going to rest up so hopefully I can be all better by Christmas (whatever day that will be). Hope you enjoyed this post.
Much love from Mexico. Until next time.
... sure if we will update our blog for the rest of the project, so be aware we may not get a chance to update our blog until after our hike in Sierra Norte. Remember mum (Donna): no news is good news! We will leave you with a few things each of us have learnt since we have been here.
- doesn't need as much sleep as she thought
- a natural with kids
- obsession ...
... I am actually proud of myself that I have come to a place where I can eat a whole sandwich made this way and then ask for another. It was good. I had Coca Cola too, which is another new thing for me. Because we couldn't access the waterfall the youth decided they would rather leave the river and go up to a nearby village to buy peaches. So, we headed up. We learned after our half hour drive that there were no peaches. So, we headed back down again (which really means we ...