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No surprise I was up for sunrise, but our lot was planning a 7am departure anyway. Headed off to a nearby river mouth to see more wildlife – masses more hawks, especially ospreys and herons breakfasting on fish plus a red breasted kingfisher. Also stopped for a dip where the water was clear – the palafitos bogs empty straight into the lake, plus it is quite polluted from all the boat traffic ...
... has fashioned a, what must be huge, Chavez sign in his almost-veritcal field. His reach knows no bounds.
I am conscious of my shortening breath as we pass the monument to the dog that Merida city gave to Bolivar during his Liberation of South America (the dog died in one of the battles); as we approach the Sierra Nevada National Park the chilly 11 degrees stands in stark contrast to the balmy 20+ degrees we left in Merida a couple ...
... br> Expectations:
-get photos that can be published, may lead to something after returning from teaching
-be able to converse in Swahili
-if the first big trip brought us together and created a special bond, I’m worried that this one may pull us apart. It will be a chance to work on communication skills.
-Swim on tropical beach lined with pine trees (New Caledonia)
-See sunset on ...
Today we were able to skype with two MPCS parents who were on a mission trip to Venezuela. One of the mothers on the trip was the mother of a student in Ms. Robillard's classroom, so they joined us for the skype. Since they did not have a lot of "skype experience" we allowed them to ask the questions. ...
i really was interested in the maria lionza rituals to experience another different way of believing.
chivacoa is a pretty uninteresting little city that consists of many commercial and religious equipment stores.
at the maria lionza mountain, where i arrived in the early morning (i think i was nearly the first one) i found a couple of shacks, two ...