Hotel Las Cabanas de Apaneca
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... to El Imposible lined with houses. It's a super scenic ride up as you look down on hill slopes and small farms.
We arrive at the end of the line around 1pm, then it's a 100m walk to the El Imposibe Interpretive Centre. Here you pay $6 entrance fee plus $10 for the guide (up to 10 people can share the guide). You must take a guide for the trails, you can't do it without one despite the clearly marked and signed trails. It's for your safety and the money does go ...
... equity for the house. Delia has one son, two daughters, and eight grandchildren. Her other daughter and Diego live in a recently built Habitat house right next door.
At the end of our devotional I posed the question: "Will we still be a team after we return to the U.S.? Will we continue be in contact with each other?" Maria responded with "Well yeah, y'all better!" It's amazing how we've become so comfortable with each other in such ...
... camera and showed me the photo she took of him --- we were both awestruck by the coincidence.
I think today is the first time I actually felt a flash of personal pride about what I do.* Being able to personally lift someone into a wheelchair and see them push themselves the first couple feet on their own is wonderful. Knowing that you personally helped make that happen is absolutely life-changing.
*It took me 15 minutes to struggle to ...
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How do I articulate everything that I saw today? It was in the eyes, in the smiles, in the hugs, in the dance, in the quiet genuine questions through the translators, through the brainstorming to go farther, and through the tears...and in the burn. If there was no burn, there would be nothing real. Yet saying goodbye is allowing the ideas of becoming leaders and working ******* their education ...