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... slippy, but once past those it was deep enough to swim.
As we climbed in tiny fish, barely a centimetre or two long, swam in the shallows, as you got slightly deeper the fish got larger, but most were still only an inch or two long. Once in Kirsty mentions to me that she read that the fish may have a nibble at you. I had already been munched on by sandflies before even stepping foot in the water, now it seemed the fish were after me too!!
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... time with Corinne and Matt – them surfing and me reading. I met a few more of their friends during these trips and that was always a pleasure. Then on my final day in El Salvador we went to some ruins and to another pretty lake. The ruins were cool. I love being in a place where there’s loads of history. I like to imagine what it would have looked like when they were buildings and not ruins and where being used for their purpose by the people that lived there.
... MynameRonal, youwannabeer you buy from me, only me. MynameRonal." Cute kids indeed. Not believing in a monopoly on the beer sales, we varied our vendors and I tried and failed to explain to Ronal my fair, rational ideology, which fell on deaf ears. At first it felt a little weird, and a little illegal, paying these little guys for alcohol. They all claimed they were on their school holidays, but sadly, they probably seldom go to school. Between our group of 10 who’d been ...
Saturday was my first Latin American soccer experience, I went to a "Xelaju" game which is the best team in xela. Tickets were $2 and the atmosphere was awesome, I learnt an entire vocabulary of bad words in spanish. It was the first game of the season so there was a lot of people there and everyone was loco. A group of about 10 of us went and although we were not the only white people there we were close to it. We thought if we bought shirts and put some on ...
... qualche chilometro la strada era interrotta da una colata di fango che era franata sul cammino nottetempo; dopo un’ora a spalare terra immersi nel fango, alcuni volenterosi uomini del posto sono riusciti a liberare la strada quel tanto che bastava per far passare il nostro camion, che comunque per poco non finiva a fondovalle con il fango e tutto il resto, carico di turisti incluso. Dopo la frana, dopo altri dieci chilometri e dopo un decrepito ponte di ...
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