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... exactly where the ruins were...but it didn't tell me they were fenced in behind barbed wire...no trespassing. Really?!? Your one major Mayan attraction and it's closed to the public. Probably good for preservation and all...I guess.
I was getting bored of El Salvador, so instead of staying the night in Santa Ana, which didn't seem to hold promise, I decided to power my way to the ...
... drank of all of it anyway! I finished his off in return… I felt I deserved it after having to listen to him for about 20 minutes. I only wanted a Spag Bol!
The rest of that night, I tried planning a new route round El Salvadoom. If there’s one thing I absolutely HATE doing, its going back on myself, but I didn’t really have a whole lot of choice. At least these trips would only take me a couple of hours rather than the usual ...
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... we would have felt overwhelmed. At the house the rebar has a strong start and some of the gals painted the brightest green paint ever on another Habitat home.
Although every muscle screamed, "NO," after a hard days work, we played 1/2 field soccer...with and for the kids. It was very cool to partner up each with a special child ...
... began watching the group discover the potential in him.
Paula "Pa-oo-lah" also visited the build and was able to enjoy English with us.
JACKS came out again as that was the special bond beginning for Jessica and Diane on their first trip.
For me the best came when I was able to return to Jeimy's house...the little girl that giggled beside me up and down a path in and out of my wheelbarrow of ...
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