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... both really beautiful!
We spent the rest of the afternoon walking to the Malecon which is an area that overlooks the Laguna de Masaya. The lake is really beautiful, but very contaminated so unfortunately no one can enter. After a relaxing afternoon, we returned to our houses.
After dinner, I played outside with Luis for hours. I ended up pitching in a neighborhood game of kickball. I think it was one of the only times in my ...
... the country, but I just don't have the confirmation with me. The officer stared at me with his strongest "police eyes" and after an uncomfortable 30 seconds, he stamped my passport and let me into his country. From there on, it was an easy ride as I got closer and closer to what I knew was a cosy and comfy bed at the hostel in San Jose where I had already been ...
... and direct objects and god knows what else, that all has
to get strung together just right before it means anything at all.
It's the Math section of the SAT instead of the Verbal section, which
isn't what I signed up for at all.
I tell myself not to worry too much, that skills evolve organically when the heart is pure and thus
my Spanish will improve just because I am breathing the air of other
people speaking it. Words will absorb ...
... of our group. The stairways was steamy and dusty. When we reached the top we were told to take off our shoes. "Of all times, this was the first time I didn't wear socks," I worriedly said to myself.
Hot or not, there's no way I'm going to turn around after trudging through more than a hundred steps in the steamy and very narrow stairway. In front of me was the immense white roof of the cathedral. Not wanting to turn around, I removed my shoes, and slowly ...
... to the screened in dining room for dinner.the food was good as was the tea and of course the coffee. After dinner we all showered, put on some of our dirty clothes and called it a night, hoping that tomorrow would bring our luggage. We all sleep well. We rose early and went for breakfast. The night before Bladimir had assured us that our cases would arrived between 9&12. We ate, we walked on the beach, we swung in the hammocks and we waited. ...