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... which went unpunished. Then, we went to have some friend corn thingies, which tasted great, and were very cheap.
What next, you may ask? They both started urinating in public, and the next thing I knew, I saw three guys in army outfits manoeuvring around us with weapons drawn. One even did silent forward rolls with what looked like a submachine gun in his hand. I said "Que pasa, signor", which means "what is the matter sir", addressing the guy ...
... I love it when things fall into place.
Thursday was pretty relaxed. Sandro, Barrie, and myself had to move to another hostel as Magnolia Inn was fully booked by some group or other. Bloody nuisance, especially as the one we moved to was nowhere as nice as the Magnolia, which has marble floors and a ballroom (2). Sandro and I went downtown to have a look around and I also wandered around Casco Viejo a bit more. There are some ...
... to come back another day because of security etc, which seemed fair enough.
Second day we went on a hike through the forest to another town. It was a hard hike but with views across the rainforest and we came out in a cool agricultural town.
Next day we went to Bocas del Toro which is another archipelago of islands on the Carribean coast. We stayed in this amazing hostel which had an aqua trampoline and some swings, where you literally just ...
... YPA book, she choose the theme on "Family", and I couldn´t agree more to its practicality in her situation. To explain, this young person is left alone most of the day without any parental guidance. Her mother has a reputation in the community as being disruptive and immoral while her father is M.I.A and her siblings choose both unwholesome activities and even worse associates. How she has managed to turn out as well as she has is a wonder to ...
... of time at different doors, it is easy to get separated and risk leaving someone behind. Some brothers would mark trees as they pass, and others would break branches and lay them on the road to show that a certain area had been covered and they we´re moving on. Very interesting to witness.
In the afternoon, I was assigned to work with an local brother who was elderly and did not speak a word of English. At one door, a woman brought out two large mugs which I ...