Hostal La Rivera
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... and stacking stones in seemingly impossible ways before going to get some breakfast. I also had quick swim. Freddy also had a spanish lady come to the hostel to give him a massage for his neck. It felt a bit better but she said he should take it easy. Once we got our beds we went out for some lunch. After lunch I had a surfing lesson which got me back up to speed. Freddy spent the ...
... is a great cook and when she does cook everyone waits with anticipation. Later in the evening when I am admiring his guitar he tells me that it is his father’s and his father lent it to him. I imagine that the significance of this is so huge that it is beyond words. The father who loves to play guitar ‘lends’ his guitar to his son to take on his travels around South America for a year or so. Right. Ernesto tells how his father has used an expression which is ...
... me over for a cooking class (She saw cooking class on the card.) They live across the street from the hostel I am in. Josey says I see you here. You are on the beach watching the sunset every night. Yes I am.
So I’m off for a cup of tea and then home. It has been another blessed day.
Though there was one other chat. On my morning walk I had met one of the waitresses (Her startlingly blue shining – the shining is a puzzle to me as the ...
... the Moon on many occasions and at other times ritual sacrifice were the order of the day.
When a king died the funeral was elaborate of course. His wife was interred with him as were his 50 concubines, fav animals and what not. Harold makes a point of telling us that the limit was 50 – as opposed to some places in the world where the numbers were 1000. I mention an emperor in China who had 4000. Ernesto is calculating the time need to get through them.
... reason want to hold back.
Walking to the beach tonight a fellow across the street has just come out of his house. He is smiling. Not in a rush. Just looking at the trees and the sky and smiling. Possibly he has just finished happy hour, but possibly not. I say hello. He waves and smiles. Not everyone of course, but many folks here are friendly.
I wrapped up Spanish classes. Manuel pushed me through future tense in our two hour session today. We said ...
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