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... sang our song. Larry agreed to video us (the video will be attached to the blog at a later time depending on bandwidth capabilities at the hotel). There was no large bang nor did we mess up the end of the song. I think we did a good job. It was fun to see some of the young people in the church singing the words along with us. Brian translated the sermon for us. Elana said later that the sermon reminded her of one her mom had done.
We returned ...
... to Cara Sucia with 15mins to spare! The bus ride (Ruta 811 to San Miguelito/Refugia) up to El Imposible is rough! It's a dirt road then cobble stones then dirt, more cobble stones and up hill.....not the most comfortable ride. Especially when the bus was full so I'm at the back sitting on people's shopping with my big pack on my lap! As we slowly meander our way up, we stop frequently to drop off passengers and they're shopping. The area of San Benito "village" is the ...
... Apparently, a lot. It wasn't so bad, but we both came out with a lot shorter hair than we expected and with some part which were clearly not straight. Luckily we both have some time left before we reach the real world again and it'll all grow back.
It was definitely sad to say bye to yet another awesome person who I've met along the way, but I'm happy for the time we traveled together and the next time and place in the world where we'll bump into each other ...
... man’s dress shoe, each filled with soil and with a single flower sprouting out of it. The ice cold beer that was waiting for me when I checked in was a particularly nice touch. The hostel owner congratulated me on already knowing the best beer around – Suprema.
As I sat down with my “Welcome Beer”, we did the usual introductions. Paco is a dredlocked backpacker from Turkey who has been on the road consistently for the past 15 ...
All of the footings are finished.
We have a great start on the miles of rebar.
The Farewell Celebration brought the whole community together with a mariachi band and talks of the collaboration of Habitat, Thrivent, Getsemani and the volunteers. The whole village's kids showed up for the pinata & ice cream cake with each handing a small cement brick and a hug to all of ...