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... of total inadequacy. I feel concussed by my inner critic!
Later on, in my hostal, still feeling overwhelmed, I read a leaflet Antonio has given me. The line that changes the chip is :
'Many small people in small places, doing small things, can change the world." Eduardo Galeano.
Every little helps.
Every smile makes the world a more beautiful place. This I truly believe.
But those eyes? ...
... the next two hours.
We were up and packed, fed and ready to go for the 830 bus back to the port. There was no sign of the bus when a taxi driver heading that way offered us the ride for 20$.
As he was about to leave he said hed take us for 10$ (it had cost us 17$ to get there, and the normal price of a taxi is 35$!) 840, still no sign of the bus and a 1hr taxi journey as opposed to a 2hr30 bus journey (the roads for the initial part of the journey ...
... lliwgar iawn. Joies i gerdded o gwmpas yn gweld y ddinas. Fe fuon ni ar ymweliad a lle syn gwneud hammocks. Elusen yw e syn gweithio gyda plant dall byddar neu sydd ddim yn siarad i rhoi gwaith i nhw yn hytrach na bod nhw yn begeran ar y stryd yn creu hammocks. Mae nhw wedi creu yr hammock mwyaf yn y byd ac fe fuon ni gyd fel grwp yn gorwedd arno yn tynnu lluniau. Fe fues i a fy nhillad i gael ei golchi hefyd cyn dychwelyd ir gwesty i gael cawod a gwneud ...
... to our loft room which was decorated with traditional black and white tiles, huge wooden columns, massive wooden windows and doors and a lovely ornate circular wrought iron staircase leading up to our bedroom. We can't believe we didn't take photos of this place - it was so gorgeous. We stayed in the Nutmeg room - google it - simply divine!
Our time in Granada was spent wandering the streets soaking up the ...
... San Jose, Costa Rica and Managua, Nicaragua we were careful to choose a bus that had a toilet on board, but there is nothing to report as none of us used it. Instead we used the restaurant toilet during the 3 hour wait at the border with an open bin in which to deposit the loo paper after use.
So now to the "long drop" at La Mariposa". To set the scene, the building is standalone square slab of concrete with 4 walls. The bottom half of the ...