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... no. Not all who travel seek to explore and not all explorers need to travel. I just don’t know, but I would rather not hang out in the same garden as them, so there.
Meanwhile we explored Juayua. The books made it sound bigger than Ataco, and more interesting, and while it was very nice in its own right, Ataco wins for colorful and artsy. The local square with its grand Catholic church is very nice and is special to the locals ...
... son, Christopher, will play with when he gets older. After many tears and thank yous, we danced and celebrated the new homes and the work week. Tonight during our reflection meeting, we talked about these gifts and the gift of the work we have done this week. But we have recieved something so much bigger in return from the people we have met. It has touched each ...
... water just to be able to use Elana’s bladder. But heck, whatever works.
Tomorrow, before we head to the airport we will stop by for a quick look at the Methodist clinic, drop off the medicines at the place where they will be inventoried and stored and then head to the construction site to see the progress made today and to say our good byes to the workers.
Well I am almost all packed and it’s high time I headed to ...
... to lay out the blocks in the trough. Once the blocks were laid in the mescla, the unskilled labor (that's our team) could begin to put mescla in the holes and between the blocks. We finished the first level and completed a good portion of the second level.
The medical team saw 62 patients today. They think that around 60 is a good number of patients to see each day. They are still determining if there are other medicines ...
... good cause - SalvaNatura who community run the park and use local guides therefore creating a sustainable source of income for local people!
Los Enganches Trail
By 1.30pm, we've started Trail No 1 - to Los Enganches. There are two viewing points along the way. One at Mirador El Mulo, the other is Mirador Madre Cacao. The trail itself is mostly downhill, which means uphill later! The forest is thick and shelters us from the rain at first but the ...