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... and I can't wait to hear about how great baby Stacey is doing as she gets older.
It is hard to put into words just how rewarding an experience it has been to be a part of this community for just a few short days. The progress they have made as a community has been tremendous, and along the way, they never shy away from making guests feel like anything other then part of the family.
Buenas noches a todos nosotros en Nicaragua,
... tour included 13 zip lines and an optional Tarzan swing. The zip lines ranged from 50m to 1km. We got to ride in pairs for the 1km zip to add more weight. It was a pretty cool feeling to be cruising through a cloud forest and disappearing into the mist and cloud. We were soaked and muddy by the end. Now for the Tarzan swing. We weren't even sure whether we'd have the guts to do it, but were suddenly standing in line for it without realizing it!! "Guess we're doing it!" To ...
... everything, but if I wasn't fast enough translating the nurse would get annoyed with me.. Then we had to pay for all the treatments and tests before getting anything done. Which is fine but they only accept cash. We payed so far around 1.500 cordobas. We didn't have that in us. So I asked the woman who handles the money if there was any atm. She responded by just saying no and continuing her job. You b****. I guess from my part it's hard to ...
... left pretty quickly so Jacob and I were left to find something to do. Which was impossible as it was a Sunday and all of Argentina was in a state of sadness and disarray. So even though we walked around town until after midnight looking for something, nothing was on so we took the hint and went to bed.
The next day I was heading back to Buenos Aires and Jacob was heading to ! Mendoza so we parted ways for the last ...
... to use Word.
That means that sometimes, my work is just forming relationships: listening to stories, waiting with my bosses for the rain to stop so the lights will come back on (that happened yesterday), or just smiling at a student who had a bad day. Sometimes the kind of work that is most needed leaves you with nothing visible to hold up as success. And that's okay. In the end, life is about more than the trophies the world calls success anyway.