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... course I got the naughty boys in my group so things didn't go quite as smoothly as the other groups but never the less it was a great craft the kids really liked it. They all go paper bags to put there finished soap in and than a coloring sheet to start coloring. After finishing the coloring sheet it was play time and the boys again took the kids to the park to play soccer and kickball while the girls stayed back and cleaned up. When the kids returned we closed with a prayer ...
... with a warm and rain free day. Its almost time for dinner, were meeting Ed and Leanne at Aqua at 7.30. We will skip the show tonight, it doesn't sound great compared to another awesome dose of magicians Sander and Allison last night. Tomorrow, we arrive in Huatulco. We have some bird watching planned.
Well, we didn't arrive at dinner tonight in the best of spirits. Getting ready, Natalie declares she has lost her necklace, and shes just realized ...
... of granola, porridge oats, jam, peanut butter and oatmeal cookies. Sounds worse than it tasted, although something hot would have been greatly appreciated at the time.
Eventually the lads decided we should head up despite the weather still being cold, wet, windy and very cloudy.
It proabably only took about 30mins to go the last 220mtrs, with some bolder scrambling and rock climbing thrown in.
At the top the wind was serious. There were times you had to ...
... plantation tour and then to the city itself for a visit to the town hall, church and small market.
I will never think of a banana as just as banana again. Watching the harvest of this magnificent fruit is indeed humbling. The plantation stretches on for over 200 acres and there is quite a process which the harvesters go through to ensure they meet the quality standards of Chiquita.
While child labour is not allowed, there are circumstances under which ...
... men i thought it could be a male brothel. The real translation was 'we need young men for employment'. Still, you never know.We took a stroll around town and finished with the zocalo ,for an amazing local coffee. If you asked for 'lechero' two waitresses would come over, one would pour the liquid coffe in your glass,until you said 'stop',then the other would pour hot milk ,from a height,out of a large old tin kettle and it was the perfect 'latte/cafe con leche' we'd ever ...
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