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... than 20 miles down the road. After breakfast, I got back on I 84S. Shortly after I crossed the state line for New York, I passed another exit 19 and noticed a diner beside the road. I think that was the exit that Shannon actually intended for me to take as it was about an hour away. Good thing she was tied up elsewhere as we would have had breakfast together at different diners. Ha ha
I went from Conneticut, through New ...
... person had a dish to prepare. We sat down to a feast. It was all so good.
Finally it was time to say farewell to this group of friends. We had come together as strangers and were parting as friends. I am so glad I got to know them.
A special thank you to Werner for your kind note.
And special thank you's to David and Jan who let me use some of their pictures for this blog.
... were limited to what we were familiar with. Amaranth turned out to be the number one food consumed in the world. We then played a game where we were all citizens of a country that had city dwellers, midland dwellers and low land dwellers. We were each given certain supplies and Stewart gave us scenarios to follow. There was a bank/market and we had to deal with floods, famine and swine flu. (See Video) Very interesting lessons. We rounded out the evening with group pictures.
... out the group a little later after helping Stewart do some things. Mary Anne cleaned the village homes in readiness for the students, while Jan & David worked on kitchen cabinets for the wealthier Mozambique home. Our lunch was from Guatemala.
The afternoon was spent finishing up tasks. I went down to help put wooden shelves in the Thailand home. They let me play with the power tools, mainly ...
... about how well we will be able to communicate with people when we get there. Although we have both been studying Spanish for a few years (around 7 or 8 to be exact), I've always heard that speaking Spanish casually is absolutely nothing like it is in the classroom. People don't always speak properly like we are taught in school, so it will be interesting to learn Spain's slang. My main goal with this trip is to finally get fluent in ...