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... that I'm thinking. Way to go Mike !
Today's task was to complete excavating and placing dirt around sidewalks in the morning while another group finished what paint was left on roof beams that would be constructed at another date. Later in the morning we were treated to an English Music Festival put on by David's 7th~11th grade students. had me humming and singing in the shower before dinner tonight.
Did I say I nailed my greeting with someone who lives at the project ...
... everything. Bones, eyes, organs, fins and all! The grossest part was hearing her crunch on the bones! Ugh! Anyways that was quite interesting! We then had dinner. mmm. appetizing. We sat with these two Dutch girls and this American guy who we met at the hostel in Granada. We chatted and then at 8:00 we went down to the lower bar for trivia night! Lots of Trivias here! I've been learning its of new facts, such as turtles ...
... there. We get to Managua airport and Manny drops the rental off with a few scratches on it. But it doesn't seem to faze him saying he paid insurance for it so it should be taken out of that. He's running a pretty tight schedule for his check in so he asks a local how we can get to Granada and he departs for his flight. We cross the road with all our bags and wait at the bus stop for the chicken bus. Manny said catch a bus to Huembes (not how I thought it was spelt ...
... 20 mins down the road but we seem to go straight into the centre and so the roads were packed with stands and stalls either sides and people walking everywhere. Combine this with 34C heat and 70% humidity, it's probably just what you would imagine from a proper Central America town. We got off the bus and had to get taxis to the hotel. This hotel is probably the nicest one on the trip so far and honestly I did not think we would stay ...
... of the large amounts of sulfur dioxide escaping from the volcano, it would not be safe. After further discussion with the ranger he suggested we visit the museum and that perhaps the weather would moderate allowing us to continue to the top.
After about 40 minutes of we were allowed to proceed with a ranger on board, he had a gas mask . . . we ...