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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 ...
Well we made it. It was a sweaty, hot, time change filled day, but we have finally arrived in Masaya, Nicaragua. It's still 85 degrees and humid, but we are currently cooling off with some local drinks , chatting about the day and the exciting week ahead. I had a slightly different itinerary from the rest of the group, flying first to Panama, then to Costa Rica, and finally to Managua. After a long day we all found each other in the Managua airport, which consists of only 6 ...
... down and falling to pieces. We spent the afternoon exploring the streets and churches including a particular celebration at the Guadeloupe church where they were letting off skyrockets in time with the mass happening inside, made for some interesting photos. As always when walking the street on a balmy evening a Cervezza was calling. We found a bar that had a 2 for 1 happy hour and settled in for a few drinks. Much to our surprise we were sitting next to someone Jac had studied ...
Packed then had breakfast with Claudia. Got bus around 9.30 for Granada. Arrived around 12 at oasis hostel as that's where Nikky was staying. Very similar lay out to lazybones hostel. Chatted to Nikky then dropped off laundry and had high expectations for my camera shop but I was massively disappointed as had exactly the same shops as Leon and same few options to choose from. Heard Panama is good for electronics so ...
... 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 ...