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... or what they call Bombas so I sat out and watched the ceremony. Of course the teachers noticed this and tried to get me to participate but seriously, I'm just relieved I kinda get what's going on. Don't put me on the spot. Now for the punchline. Remember that teacher that I had issues with? The one who doesn't understand English? The one who switched me without my consent into a class more than a week behind where I left off cause he thinks I ...
... paths yourself, then it might seem more special. We had just hiked Cerro Chato a few days before after all! But, I guess you wouldn't otherwise get to be surrounded by nature in this manner. Thinking of it this way, it is pretty cool to be walking at the same height as some of the trees' canopies and no building or roads in sight. The only man-made structures are the 8 hanging bridges you walk along. I think we were also lucky ...
... at a lovely park tucked into
the curves of the river. And as far as I can tell it was just as blue here as
it was in the park!
relaxed on the pebbly bank enjoying the cool morning, too cool to want to swim
in the chilly river, but still wonderful to enjoy nature. The river twisted and
turned on itself making a sharp corner where the water was quite deep. I stood
on the high bank contemplating if it ...
... Group of 6 American students entered the dorm much to my delight.....not. In for a night of Uber enthusiastic renditions of Miley and pitbull (timber) after happy hour. Dinner at Punto Fusion - on the Main Street, opposite the park. Really delicious food and good value. Fisher bag - rice and seafood. Returned back to the hostel were we spent the night knocking back invitations from pretty much every single member of the USA ...
... no sign posts, we got lost. We spent at least an additional 2 hours to get onto the right road and head in the right direction. What made it even worse was the rain and darkness coupled with the thick fog! Katie wanted to stop for the night but I insisted we continue. After asking people for directions (in Spanish!) many times we eventually managed to find the house. By that time we had spent about 8 hours in the car. Not a great start, but we were glad to arrive.