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... the selfish guy in front took 15 minutes to make numerous transactions, before being tutted at by other customers and told off by the security guard, and they had no fan, though it worked out in the end. I found out that the post office was closed, but should open tomorrow, so I had to wait with posting a card. I went to the Cathedral and heard some songs as part of a service, with a very big congregation following it eagerly and made my way to the ...
... we hit the dense cloud that encompassed the volcano’s peak. This was bittersweet. Bitter because the whole point of this exercise was to enjoy the view from the top and see the enormous crater. Sweet, because this cloud cover subdued the radiating heat that was abundant in this country.
We had made it to the top through some pretty ...
... communicate. This is tough for me because it seems
like if I get the first few sounds right, the rest of the word should
just fall into place.
In my experience, Spanish is kind of a rip-off because when I hear people speaking, it sounds
like a torrent of words, tumbling playfully, effortlessly linking
together to make lively conversation, but it's not really like that
at all. It's actually some sort of quadratic equation of grammar and
... The face is the mirror of the mind, and the eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart.'
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Tomorrow, I'm off the the butterfly school !
Photos to follow!
... see myself ending up there one day, much to my mom's chagrin. Having just taken a Latin American relations class in Spain, I especially enjoyed Nicaragua for its historical significance, Admittedly, I knew much more about Nicaraguan history than I did Costa Rican history.
My visit to Nicaragua marked my tenth country visited within a year. It's been a good year.