Hotel Sun Beach Salinas
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... are back in Guayawquil staying at the Oro Verde hotel. They upgraded us again,not to a suite, but to a large room that is part of the Club Floor / free snacks all day.
We tried to check in on line, but it appears that we cannot do it, so heres hoping all turns out tomorrow.
This has been a great adventure, but it will be good to see everyone again. Skpe has been great to connect with the famiy.
Love to all, Mom and Dad /Jan and Jerry
All-in-all, this was a very memorable experience. It definitely was an experience I will never forget. The big reason for our trip here was to provide the boys with an opportunity to see how some kids around this world live and give them an opportunity to volunteer. They did an amazing job of this and were sad to leave. Mission accomplished.
... soooo bad, that I was sure I had picked up Dengue Fever or some other weird tropical disease. Well, it was not a tropical disease, but it might as well have been. Perfectly put, it was the Tonsillitis from HELL! Flat on my back for 8 days now and still trying to recover! Anyway, being part-way though this battle, I don't have it in me to write. I posted pictures of our District Assembly and Salinas -- with my comments and info to the side of each enlarged shot.
We did another 8 cases in the OR today. The morning started out with a 4 month old(6.8kg), followed by a 5 month old(7.7kg) both having cleft lip repairs. Many of the long time MMF volunteers said that they didn't think an infant that small had been done by MMF before -- at least according to their experiences. All teams were very well prepared and the first little girl did great. The ...
... a produce cornucopia. I can easily accept Gonzalo's statistic that Ecuador produces 90% of their foodstuff.
At one point in the afternoon we pull off the road. The sun briefly shines clearly against the peaks of Chimborazo Volcano, revealing its glacier rimmed top at about 20,000 feet. A glorious photo op! Gonzalo is proud to note that while Chimborazo is not the tallest mountain by height above sea level, its location along the equator makes its summit the farthest ...
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- Pets allowed