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... have cultural experiences in the community.
Early this morning I headed down to the hotel cafe and bought a ham and cheese toasted sandwich which I ate on the drive. It was a 30 minute drive to get to get to the Projects Abroad site office but before I knew it I had arrived. I headed over to the supervisor and he gave me a quick run down on what I was going to be doing today and safety rules. The way the supervisor approached briefing ...
... mainly due to the detailed and somewhat... advantageous anatomy especially of the male figure . While taking pictures of the statues a group of school children appeared and started shouting ¨Tourist, tourist!´at me.
They got even more excited when I asked them to pose for me for a picture!!
After our little Kingston adventure we returned to the hostel where the rum, reggae and conversation continued to flow all night long.
p.s mummy I am ...
... not structured properly and i have poor expressions.
Well my new Journey as an unknown heading to the mainland China begins on 29/08/12.
My personal alarm clock barged into my room to wake me up at 8am. Got ready and headed off to airport a bit earlier that discussed. There was supposed to be 2 others sending me off at the airport too but they had an errand to do, so they were a no show, they should know themselves when they read ...
... and we were glad to enlist the help of the hotel receptionist to remove it (exit stage left a rather cross scorpion trying to fire its sting into a broom head!).
In Villa de Leyva we had another long walk through the villages and countryside to see an amazing dinosaur fossil (the head was 2meters and the body 5 meters long, only the tail was missing). The fossil was only found about 30 years ago and was not moved, but had the museum built around it. It was ...
... a hot cup too, it was really really good, very smooth , almost was like drinking hot coco…but with coffee flavor instead.
Rodger helped us to transfer our luggage to his car and we were off up the mountain. The roads were narrow and limestone making for slow careful driving and lots of beeping around the blind corners. There were several houses and some small shops along the roadside. Driving up had a very close community feel and it seemed that most ...