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... crossing, etc., but overall that wasn't too bad since we took the trip slowly. After 10 km, we stopped to sample some local strawberries and string-cheese. Then we were off for the challenge of going up 5 major hills. We were proud to make the first 3, and with the coffee plantation supposedly just 6 km away, felt like we could make the full route. But the long last hill ...
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... from a nearby viewing platform, we floated on a cable car platform to the middle of a verdant valley with spectacular nature views all around us.
Tania went first. I was glad to see the process of her being harnessed and prepared for the jump, prior to jumping myself. But I didn’t really watch her in the air as I was too nervous to look down. She did great!
Next it was my turn. Incredibly, ...
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a result of being uncomfortable or being sad.
On a lighter note, the interpreter today had a brain ****
and had to ask me what "wrist" was in Spanish (muņeca for the
record), and I had a very successful Spanglish conversation with the
administrators at Jireh today. Our day there got particularly chaotic at the
end of the day...patient 2 arrived 40 minutes late, patient 3 arrived 30
minutes early, ...
... We saw only clouds, but they were a beautiful sight. Even more amazing than reaching the summit and witnessing sunrise was the sight of Alex, who reached the summit about 20 minutes after sunrise, totally exhausted and visibly shaking once he realized he'd reached the summit. It was hard not to tear up.
On the way back to base camp, Jake played one of my current favourite songs "Follow the Sun" by Xavier Rudd. I realized that has been a theme of our ...