Oasis Beach Lodge Salinitas
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... addressed us in English (his daughter and grandbaby live in Los Angeles) and with tears in his eyes told us how beautiful and special this was and how he missed his parents who have passed on. And he really meant it.
On Saturday we got all geared up for the food fair. Like with so many things, it was more marketing than substance, but we found a good and interesting plate to enjoy with shrimp, beef and the gut-bombs known as ...
... realization in the warm water and enjoyed each others company.
I find that it will be more difficult than I had anticipated to leave the worksite tomorrow. After a little girl gave me a handmade gift, I realized this trip is much bigger than me. Its touching my heart to build these relationships with the community and I know I will not be the same when I return home.
... 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 ...
... 8220;commandeered” Elana’s water bladder, filled it with water from the water container and used it to put water I the smaller necked water bottles.
Lunch was at the Missionaries Residence – chicken, rice, and a salad of potatoes and beets. It was very good. Then it was back to the work sites for the remainder of the day.
Juan de Dios spent most of the day looking for medicines to replace the ...
... and glad we tackled the mission. I think it would be more fun and easy to self drive so you're not reliant on public transport, and to have more days there to enjoy the swimming holes and the whole Park itself. Facilities here are great and Guards and Guides super helpful. It was fun testing out my Practical Espanol! If you can speak and understand Spanish well, I have no doubt that your experience would be enhanced as you could ask the Guide questions and learn more.