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Jo turned the big 13 today. To celebrate we had a spa day at a chocolate museum. We surprised her with cake, balloons, and a chocolate body massage. More importantly and exciting was getting to visit with Dave's cousin Anita. She has been living in Managua for 5 years and is using her MA in Public Health at an international school to help counsel high school students. She drove us around Granada, took ...
... out the surroundings and see where things were. So I left wandering the nearby shops and did some shopping for drinks and snacks. I also climbed the hill behind the hotel which lead to a lookout over the city . Managua suffered from 2 large earthquakes and the last one was in 1972 killing thousands of people and literally destroyed the main buildings. As a result the city was moved outwards from the beautiful lake side and the main government centres spread around so ...
... was always there in the U.S. as well -- just not as visible and palpable. But it's something that keeps coming up for me -- not an emotion of guilt per se (because that serves nobody really), but just heightened awareness.
I wore myself out a bit on the last trip to Esteli, Managua, and Somoto. And by contrast, I came to appreciate the solitude and slow pace that I can experience at my home base. I reminded myself that there's ...
... Spanish at the speed of light because she is not afraid to speak it in front of people. She throws her words out there and makes them work for her. She is one of those people who HHST (has her **** together) and, more importantly, she’s kind enough not to make those of us that don’t HOST (have our **** together) feel bad. That’s nice.
At the beginning of each Spanish classes, Geraldo, our instructor, asks what we did that ...
... 252;pfen und los. Obwohl Michèle die Stadt bereits kannte, wurde ich seelisch nicht mit warm mit Managua. Es war heiss. Sehr heiss. Natürlich sind wir in der Mittagszeit unter wolkenlosem Himmel los; was nicht gerade half, den mehrstündigen Spaziergang in einem positiven Aspekt zu sehen. Das Hostel war schrecklich gelegen, weit weg von guten Ess-, oder Ausgehmöglichkeiten. Dies ist uns erst aufgefallen, als wir uns hungrig auf die ...