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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wouldn’t leave until 10.00am. We didn’t believe a word of it and managed to get off the bus. However we now had to get our luggage out from under the bus. With no assistance from the staff Keith held open the luggage door whilst I crawled inside to try to extricate our bags. Of course by now they were blocked in by sacks of vegetables, large plastic pitchers and bundles of sticks. With the driver revving the engine and inching the bus ...
... of a touristy town. I’m one of very few white faces in the town, there is very little American influence (no Pizza Huts, joy!) and its beaches are littered with rubbish dumped by locals who just do not seem to care about their environment. This is something that seems to be endemic to the region.There just seems to be no culture of respecting their environment (and I’m not talking about THE environment). ...
... with a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains.
My next task in teaching was Math where we decided to focus on patterns. The teacher before me had done color patterns and I decided to transition them into rhythm patterns. Thursday’s lesson was a lot of fun and I think the kids truly enjoyed it. Adam will continue with rhythm patterns Friday and then we co-teach again on Monday. This time it should go much more smoothly.
... beef or beef tongue (hmmmm). They were really good but also the reason why our trip has been cut short and we came home Saturday instead of Sunday. Street food – good; street food belly – BAD!!
We’re now back in Cofradia for a day of laundry at the pila, grocery shopping and lesson prep ready for a new week. We’ve got a full 5 day week this week , I don’t know how we’ll ...
... and went a bit higher up to the side of the falls, and then started crossing alongside of the mountain and starting our descent. A little later we stopped for lunch that the tour company gave us and poor Alejandro was carrying in his big guide backpack. He cut up a pineapple for us which was the most delicious thing ever. Finally after trudging along some more, we made it to the bridge that crossed back over the river! I was relived to have finished the hike. It was ...