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... the app which probably I won't rent... Stupid but busy ;)
I know that my previous entry was quite a long time ago and many thing happened since that time. I was sightseeing Mexico D.F., I was celebrating my birthday, I was on a party with my university friends who I do like, despite the fact that they are from the totally another "casta" ;) at my uni parking lot are cars which I have never dreamed to see, and they're just parked there waiting for the owner ...
... two second hand alternators from Ron ,on Shadowfax,so we're doubling up on everything.I just wish I could get a better reception on my SSB,as i do the weather forecasting and reading.Tony has the satellite phone up and running and we are now making water with our watermaker. The lagoon here is beautiful and shallow as we touched ground ,albeit muddy on the way in .We were told by ...
... It doesn’t matter quite so much when you don’t have to try to negotiate everyday things like grocery shopping or attending classes. For example when I was in Nepal I was just able to relax and not worry about communicating if I didn’t want to, but here I have no choice. I have to try to make myself understood and also try to understand what is being said to me. I know it will get easier and already I have picked up some useful ...
... the next morning to Barra de Navidad.
This had been where the guys had traveled last Sept - really enjoyed - but the area had been hit by a hurricane two weeks after they left - one reason for it not being our original destination. What a cute beachfront community that was rebuilding. The hotel of choice was still under reconstruction - and one a couple doors down had a great balcony - cocktails could be ...
... are some of my highlights:
The fascinating history .... from the Incas in Peru to the Mayans in Guatemala to the Aztecs and in Mexico.
The variety of cultures, from the interesting to the downright bizarre ... meeting a Shamen in the Amazon, visiting the Witches Market in Bolivia, worshipping the Mayan god of boozing in Guatemala, staying with the floating communities on Lake Titicaca.
The incredible wildlife and nature .... the Amazon jungle, Iguazu ...