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... Getting to the next stage involved navigating out of the secure area to one of the LAN service desks. Easy right? Wrong. Security only had a vague idea of what was happening and while fairly helpful had no idea where to send us even though many other passengers would have passed through before us. The second hurdle was to get our hotel vouchers. Thankfully one of the people we were travelling with had gotten through hurdle one quickly and was able to scope out ...
... two of the ACJ youth group members. I felt very out of place in the room because it was full of important community leaders, but I tried my best to absorb everything that was being discussed. I learned that Portoviejo does not have potable water in its water system – it is all contaminated. This means that all water that is consumed must be purified / filtered water that has to be bought, and is therefore an additional cost to everyone in the region. At ...
... for those beautiful alpaca sweaters. Claudia had
already given us sweaters to take home for my grandson Darell and
Dylan. She also gave me a hand embroidered table cloth and a few
other beautiful items for my daughter Charelle.
She introduced us to her Uncle Alberto
where we purchased red alpaca poncho for Bert's daughter, Heather.
We also met Claudia's sister in-law and Jaime's cousin, Luis, Richard
and Arnold as well as cousin Christian ...
... when we were done it looked so much more cheerful and inviting and most importantly, safe. There were a few rusting bits of metal here and there. The whole place is set around an open courtyard and very much exposed to the weather, so it needed to be made safe for little people. It was unfeasibly hot and humid and we had a few people near to feinting but we all looked after each other.
The orphanage is half school, half orphanage. Some of the kids there have ...
... shuttle bus for a round trip shuttle ride out to the craft market and back. This would be accomplished with two trips, one out and one back from the craft market. The shuttles were large tour buses that were well maintained and comfortable. The ride out to the edge of town was only about twenty minutes in duration. So we were quickly unloading in the front of a Catholic Girls High School and walking onto the deserted school campus. We were here at a time when the school was not ...
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