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... is just the other side of town, but my god what a difference… it was like being in the Mediterranean countryside with a load of beautiful and huge houses. A big change from the poky colonial style terraced buildings (although still beautiful) we were used to seeing. I suddenly could see why there are a lot of ex-pats in Antigua. I had loved it before I had seen this area…now I love it even more! We eventually found Katie’s house and picked up my stuff. ...
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The ride back was substantially worse than the ride there. The motion-sickness medicine I took didn't work like I'd hoped it would and things got rough. Long story short, I couldn't keep my meal down and had to let it go (twice, actually). I managed to make it outside of and behind the van though in those cases where I got sick. Enough of this nasty business though, let's get to the good part.
We didn't ...
Today we had to be on our way a bit earlier as we needed to be at the school garden by 8am, instead of at the school around the block. We stopped by the bakery again, but this time ate on the run, so hopefully we'd get to keep all our food... The lesson this morning was more manageable and I think Wayne got more into it. It probably helped that we did some game type activities after the ...
... with a vertical trampoline.
Leddie likes to dress in bold florals draped with
garlands of plastic and glass beads. There's always a pendulous pair of
earrings swinging from her tiny ears. On a bad day she looks like an
animated Faberge Egg. Today is a Grade-A bad day. She's a jittery
worrier given to lengthy considerations about the cost of electricity
and Angela's inability to tame the ...
As per usual, a little behind in the blogging, but here's what happened during our last days in Antigua before our week in the big city! (and by that I mean the second biggest in Guatemala, Xela). Also, I keep thinking about everyone else and hope that your summers are going fantastically :)
In our last few days in Antigua we celebrated my host sister’s 22nd birthday and also her ...