Ambrosia en la Montana
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... no real reason, Sam steered us up a back street back to the church, where a man stopped us and said "hey, are you Sam?" "Juan Carlos!", we rejoiced. He was just leaving this church and happened down this street. He took our weary and relieved souls out for some dinner, then onto a bus bound for Orosi Valley, where his cabin (one of his three properties) was tucked neatly into a hillside.
JC built this cabin with his father and grandfather. It backed onto a singing river, ...
... was a mix of meats and salsas. It was delicious but expensive. For our meals, it ended up being US$35. We did a bit of souvenir shopping and then went to the supermercado to buy a few things for dinner. We were all buying bits and pieces for an antipasto plate to share. Then we walked back...uphill back to Historias lodge. We spent the afternoon having a few drinks, watching our travel videos from the last few days and then watching YouTube videos before our tasty tapas ...
... We saw two elementary schools in very rural, poor areas. There are pics of the very rural school in my photo set for this blog.
At Hogar Sherri and I again played games with the "adultos major", helped feed people and move them around the facility, and folded a lot of laundry. When put in those terms it doesn't seem like we did much, but for both of us we felt like we have had the two most productive days of work in a long time - we feel like we can "see" what ...
... some burrito lunch and went back to the hostel to chill for a while.
In the afternoon Cathal wanted to go climb some famous tree,
unfortunately it was raining and we couldn't find it, so instead we
wandered about town before headin home for some delish hot chocolates
and apple strudel.......
its a hard life!
Movies, cereal (granola,yog & bananas our serious addiction) and bed
A very chilled ...
... They are quiet nice! There was some language difficulty but thanks to muchas sonrisas and my spanish English textbook we got along just fine...I think my host mom also thinks I am going to starve, she has been giving me sooo much food. I could probably feed an army, ok so maybe a platoon.
I also experienced my first rain shower, "shower", last night when I got to my home stay I took a ...