Travel Blogs from Pedasi
Eventually the sun came back out and we made it to Isla Iguana. The island was quiet and full of wildlife. Dayna and I got to snorkel, swim, and sunbathe. It felt like we had the place to ourselves other than a few dozen iguanas stalking us for a handout. Do not feed the animals! After a fun day playing in the crystal clear waters, we headed back to our friends who had a bonfire built on ...
... br> uncle" and the boy in our group was supposed to talk with a girl in a fictional
situation. While talking he should get closer to her. Afterwards we talked
about her reaction and how to make sure that signs are not being misinterpreted
by the “creepy uncle”. The topic of the last teamer was security in the
community. She asked us about the places we stay at and what we noticed about
them. Generally ...
... to learn from her. She is my neighbour, and when I am not preaching in Sign Language, I accompany her and try to support her. She forces me to speak Spanish, which I guess is good practice for me. She makes me say the prayer, offer the magazines or read the scriptures, which I am often hesitant to do... but if I keep on working with her, who knows where Ill be at 6 months time when I return ...
This morning we would be up and pulling up anchor at 4.00am in order to make our destination of Benao before sunset...an 83 nautical mile journey from Isla San Jose.
This would be the first time we had to pull up anchor in the dark, and weave our way through the fishing boats and out of the anchorage, all under the guidance of our trusty Garmin GPS system which guided us away from a ...
... who I invited actually came! El Copé is a 2 hour drive away and 3 hours via bus, but she still came! While leaving the invitation, Yessica gave her number to Lobita’s mother, promising that is she came; Yessica would drive her home afterwards because she was already heading to El Copé to drop of her study Ivath anyaways. I am so happy that I ended up going to Penonome and was able to see on this most important of all nights that my hard work was actually paying ...
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