Hotel Bahia Taitza
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... cheese and spinach-like green. Mary Lou managed the pupusas one we put them on the cooking surface. The pupusuas were delicious.
After dinner a few from the group when to the park in the center of the city to watch the Fast Runners (no one had the energy to run) and have ice cream. The rest of us helped determine how much medicines we had left over. These medicines will be donated to the clinic run by the ...
... find their way down to us. It doesn't last too long though and by the time we reach Los Enganches (about 2.30pm) with a pretty swim spot, I've worked up a nice sweat and the crystal clear water is super inviting! But I get told the other swim spot is better, so let's go! Vamos!
Piedra Sellada Trail
The trail is covered by rainforest trees and we pass dry stream beds, big strangler figs and even a small armadillo - easily in my top 5 of cutest animals seem ...
... English. In addition to working with the youth, we enjoyed spontaneous singing by the mason and his assistants. The head mason, Nilo, is going to bring his guitar tomorrow and play while Emerson, one of assistants. We're looking forward to some rock/country/love song serenades throughout the day.
We found out today that Delia, the grandmother and future owner of the house, will be living there with her daughter. Her grandson, Diego, is ...
... sentence. Apparently I have an aversion to the word pride. I don’t think pride is a bad thing, in fact I think it’s a good thing, but it still makes me uncomfortable using us. I’ve decided to keep it in here in the hopes I’ll come to terms with it someday.
After introductions, Luke and Anna and I wandered down to the famous food festival I’ve been hearing so much about. The food festival lined the central square of the ...
... instantly recognized her returning friends, rushed to get her husband home, and the boys embraced with all their strength. It hit home when the boys said, "I thought you would not remember us."
Pepe was a surprise treat when passing by, whistling happily, he said, "Hi" and I said "Ola." It struck both of us and he paused his bicycle to snatch the opportunity for "English" conversation. He joined the group and ...