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It's Heather with an update from Santiago, Chile - the first stop in our South American adventure.
We left NJ on Wednesday January 7 and it was about 20 degrees (F) out. We were excited to see it was about 80 in Santiago. Charles' dad drove us to the airport and we arrived a good 90 minutes early. As we were approaching the security line, my stomach dropped. The pouch I use to carry our passports (and half our money) was not on me. It was in my father-in-law's ...
... recently had an article detailing a string of cases dating back to the 1990’s wherein young, black and brown males have been killed by police within the NYPD alone. In almost all of these cases the victims have been unarmed. This is New York City, alone. It doesn’t even include cases from the other states. It is easy to see that these cases are occurring far more than once every year (which in and of itself is horrible). Thus, it cannot be ...
It's been a long day but we made it to Santiago. First we had an 11 hour flight to Panama and there we had to change planes. The airport was so hot , we had trouble adjusting in our jeans and sweat shirt. Luckily on the next flight we had three seats for the both of us so ...
... thoughts and feelings about our recent experiences........with clean and tender feet.....I felt like a new person again. With full bellies we hit the open road headed for the Chilean border. It was time to say goodbye to this precious land. I have never experienced anything like Bolivia before. It's a harsh land, so untouched by man. From the Amazon jungle, to the mighty Andes, to the salt flats and miles of arid desert sprouting volcanos, geysers and hot springs....this ...
... make it through. LOL. He kept passing candy down the row to us. It was not delicious. I had to sneak and spit it out. Everyone else liked theirs though. My assessment: It was okay. Not enough music for me. It was more like a class. Lots of talking. Lots of Q&A. But they use the same Bible as Christians do. The difference is that in their Bible they sometimes translate to Jehova, where in my Bible it says “God” ...