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... 8221; and we bought some presents for
our families, We touched the floor where Jorgito had stayed. At night we ate
pizza and played some games. After that
we went to Facu’s fest, it was a horrible party .Later we went to bed and
talked with our friends. Before the party ,manggi had lit the fire. ...
Wednesday 9th , April
On this day we did lots of activities . The first actvity was archery , we did very bad but it was a very funny activity! . Later , we went horseriding it was so difficult but nice at the same time . Also we did a very short zip line, but it wasn't very funny. Later, we did "palestra “ . It was easy … The woman from the campsite gave us a candy and later we ate croissants and had some coffe. I t was a amazing day !! We love ...
Tuesday 8th , April
On this day we woke up at
8am and we had breakfast (coffee , bread and croissants). We walked 4 km to “la
primavera” (an other campsite) in this campsite we went kayaking , zip lineing and trekkig . Also ,we got into the river . we had lunch very late ! we
were so hungry . The trekking was so long and (an anecdote)manggi got angry
with Abrula and Vicky M. We come back to the “La serrana” and we finally had a
Our desire has been to encourage Christians where ever we find them. And we found out that a friend that we knew in 2003 in Argentina and her husband, as well as her brother, are in San Luis beginning a work for God. (San Luis is 11 hours from Buenos Aires, on the way to Santiago, Chile.) So we made a stopover to encourage them and to have a Bible study. It was a great time of encouragement for all of ...
... the lights of an oncoming vehicle. They rush out and throw themselves under the tires. Why are they committing suicide in such outlandish numbers? Boredom, and tragically, they feel they will never get the same opportunities as their big city cousins.
A strange force of nature. Like the townfolk in southern Arizona that are drawn by some unknown force to drive into the hills to find spaceships, these South American toads are pulled under the bus ...