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Travel Blogs from Leon
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... was old, rickety, cracked, and a virtual vertical ascent. Just beneath the ladder was a hard wash filled with water. No, no, no, no, no.
Everyone else was already on top of the terrace looking down and encouraging us to climb. And, they’d carried up the food, chairs, and table! The peer pressure got the best of me and while I finally climbed up it with baited breath, at the end of the evening I begged Veronique to let me through her wet, freshly stained ...
... our way back
Most people were heading home after a
hard days work, so we were fighing pedestrian traffic, and Kona likes
to check all the new smells, so it was a little slow going, but we
made it to a little park, where we could park, and enjoy a beverage
before continuing our tour. The Centro is not a large park with a
large church beside it, as in all the other cities. It ...
... I had to leave for school. Holly left at 10:30 to get to the ISA office by 11, but I wasn’t ready to go, so I left at 11 in order to get there at 11:30. I walked by myself and studied for the music class. It was nice to have a walk by myself. I like being alone once in a while.
When I got to the ISA office, my group for our music class began brainstorming and working on preparing a concert for our music presentation. I think our group ...
... He commented back, “No! It’s that all our toys are still in our closets and we should take them out and take care of them!” He was totally serious, too. All of us were DYING with laugher! It was hilarious. Maybe you had to be there for it to be funny, but the fact that he said the message was so profound and that was what he got out of the movie was really funny.
After lunch, I ended up talking to Melanie on Skype, chatting with Rusty and Rebecca, and ...