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... I'm sure my little fat ass is geninue feeling better more further...my face was soaking drop in my body...finally arrived on the ground for the snack, I need a plastic bottle of water 5Bs, expensive for a small bottle (I didn't bring my own water :() furthermore, there are more steps to reach up the hill to the Cristo de la Concordia. About 200 to 250 more steps on the top.
It took me up the hill about one hour and 15 minutes ...
... bought the price down for all of us to $5 each for the guide for the day. It took about two hours to walk to the canyon, with the guide (who turned out to be the one we had had for the caves) showing us dinosaur footprints along the way. Once we reached the top of the canyon it involved a steep staircase down to the bottom and to the river and swimming hole. Of course Quinn was the only one to get into the freezing water for a dip. We took the long way back walking to town ...
... br> Go to work around 8:30am which currently consists of working at a school in the morning helping to start or complete a garden that the students have been working on
Home around 12:30 for lunch which is the biggest meal of the day (I have yet to completely finish this meal in one sitting)
Finish up my Spanish homework and head to my class with my tutor Toni at 4pm
Back home by 6:30pm ...
... to walk about 30 minutes to the school we have been working on.
The first morning we waited a little longer for Jeremy, who was trying to get a turkey that he let in, out of the kitchen. Their yard is pretty hectic, full of turkeys and rabbits and cows nearby.
At work, some of us have been tiling the floor of one room, others have been stuccoing the walls in another, and partners have been going together, with the help of Alicia (team leader), to ...
... states of disrepair. I have seen literally hundreds of Starlets and Corollas, every single one with rude-boy after-market alloys, many with up to two additional spoilers on the rear, and plastered in decals proudly proclaiming 'TRD', or other such petrol-headed nonsense. Even the Trufi's (public mini-buses) are decorated in this manner. More amazing are the proper public buses though which are in fact American school buses from the 1960s. Loud paint-jobs ...