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... and he also mentioned, eats up a lot of energy, which, in turn, costs the tax payers a lot of dosh.
Earlier, we had to endure endless, ridiculous questions from Salvadorean immigration officers like: "has you hair changed since this photo?"(passport pic), and "what do you have in your bag?" It would take me hours to list everything, so I showed her proof of my yellow fever vaccine, and mercilessly, that was enough for her. Once in Nicaragua we a bag check and it wasn't ...
... a colorful and informative booklet for each year will help Masinfa attract donors and demonstrate its effectiveness in the community. When we have time, we're also working on a diagnostic to better understand the conditions of street children in Masaya and how the organization can better reach them.
The beauty, and also difficulty, of my time here in Nicaragua has been that everyday I encounter something unfamiliar and new. It can ...
... for the afternoon and for sunset. Was with a slightly older Australian couple, and the guide who I nicknamed Merry Jerry. During the trip I made a load of sarcastic (but I must say highly witty) comments that either were lost in translation or simply just went down like a sack of spuds so in the end I gave in trying to be sociable and just took pictures, to which the Aussie guy then had a sly little dig saying 'you take lots of pictures then' as if he's one of those people that's ...
... how last summer, Jose, our goofy guide, brought us up Masaya Volcano and made us wear cheesey plastic safety hats because there was imminent danger of eruption? And the Matel-Toy plastic hats were going to save us when the volcano threw flaming boulders of lava at us? But then when we got to the top of the steaming crater, no one else on the entire tourist-filled parking lot and view point was wearing a plastic hat because they a) didn't think there was ...
... the end of my salsa dancing for the night.
We ran into a few of the expats from the Internations event on Thursday and I was once again presented with the same challenge of trying to explain what I was doing in Nicaragua. It went something like this.
So what's your name?
So where are you from?
Oh, I love California! What are you doing in ...