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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a sense that we were a part of a greater community and purpose before I even got out of the bus. There is clearly so much love put into every aspect of Manos Abiertas. The facilities were very clean and well cared for and seemed to exude a sense of pride from not only the Sisters but all of the workers that contributed to this amazing place.
When I first met the residents of Manos I ...
... were already there but were very friendly to us. Some swam but for myself I headed back early as it was going to take me longer to climb the nearly endless set of broken concrete stairs. I practiced praying silently as I crawled, breathless, but again God was faithful in getting me back to Hogar safely.
We then rested and ate fresh fruit to complete the restoration God had ...
... and having a good time. The nuns created a most amazing meal for us (squash soup with rice, and some sort of chicken and tortilla and cheese casserole, followed by strawberry pudding with whipped cream).
It's 8pm CR time, and we're all zonked. I will try to post some photos tomorrow, after our full day of activity (church, orientation, and planning). The warmth is nice, the people are lovely, and the vibe is relaxed. Pura vida!
... that you are all going to have to just use your imagination until I find a computer that can directly read my memory card, or I find a place to buy a replacement. Am hoping an airport somewhere will be able to oblige. So I am going to have a nice relaxing time here in preparation for my next adventures in Peru. Tomorrow I fly there, and the lady cometh...
Now if you will excuse me I am running late for my hot stone massage
... to admit I completely underestimated the level of development here and Josue was nearly insulted when I asked if they had broadband (a lot faster than anything I've had in London). Terresa is also an unbelievable cook and Josue's not bad either. Any hope of trimming has gone out the window as delicious empanadas seem to be the breakfast of choice. That's if I'm aware it's time for breakfast as it's taken me a while to realise my summoning is by a shrill ...