Day one es finito! Yo Poopedo! It’s hard to put into words how to describe today. It was easilly one the most amazing days of my life to date! I didn’t really hold any expectations for what this would be like. Which I’m greatful for not doing. Because no amount of assumptions or predictions could have matched what today was actually like. The Spanish I have picked up was sorta helpful, but mostly usedless as everyone in the villages speak mayan. But the children know Spanish because they attend school down the street. Younger kids in the morning, and older kids in the afternoon.
Calor means- very sexy I think haha. A mason (Don Juan Hernandez) next to me in the truck on the way back to the hostel taught me that. I called him Muey caliente because of his teeth which he received from Dr. Orser in Perth while living with tom and Rita.
|Me with the family and my work team of the first stove we build. te house was so |
small the stove couldn't fit in the picture with us
Going to attempt to type out some more journal entry’s on Karens laptop, sort thru pictures to get printed tomorrow after work for the villages we saw today
Hasta luego! (see ya lata)