Travel Blogs from San Isidro de El General
It all began at 2:30am today. The biggest physical challenge of my life!
I couldn't sleep well at all last night-- likely due to the high altitude. It wasn't as cold as I had imagined (from people's descriptions, I was anticipating icicles in the room). I was uncomfortable, hungry, scared about today's hike... so the 2:30am alarm was not …
On est arrive a San isidro le 16 en apres-midi sous un deluge. Nous avons vite compris que ce netait pas une ville touristique... Le terminal dautobus est vraiment desorganise (nous avons du attendre 3h et demi ce matin pour pouvoir partir).
La nourriture nest pas cher mais plutot difficile a digerer, la chambre dhotel est propre meme si …
... I truck, it would have been in 4-wheel drive. But growing up in Alaska, it was nothing that couldn't be handled. Apparently a lot of people with similar rental cars stop short and walk up, but not this kid! Got to this awesome hostel that up around 3,000 ft and has part of it built into the large rock boulders. This is very rural area and mountainous region, nice cool air with lots of things to check out in addition to the Mt. ...
... I am reminded of an
earlier revelation I received upon admiring the birds of the valley, “Just as
the birds of the mountains maneuver effortlessly among the winds, so too should
we move through the current of God’s calling on us, putting our energy towards
maneuvering through the current while not expending any vital strength in
creating our own.”
So here I am, Thanksgiving has just passed
and Christmas ...
... consumption and more so, 4 years
– well 3 and a half, years of shear disregard for health and may I venture to
say, “mindless self indulgence”, deep
DEEP cleansing is involved. Turns out that eating Little Ceasars, Papa Johns,
and or Mellow Mushroom five out of the 7 days of the week does have its
consequences (let us not forget the wonderful Saga/ Sodexo pizza as-well). Having
already done a colon and liver ...