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Something from Albania

Originally posted on WildKat Formation:
Well, here I am. I’m not going to give you a play-by-play of last week because, well, it would be tedious for me as the writer and you as the reader. Suffice it to say…

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Processions

Today was a pretty relaxed day. In the morning Ivan and I walked downtown to meet up with the guys again. We’ve been noticing lots of signs and advertisements of a Gypsy market coming to Leon, and we all really … Continue reading

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I usually think in Spanish now

For today, we only went to first and second hour for school. First hour was French class! Turns out all those Spainards are learning French AND English at the same time. After the lesson about French subjunctive, the French teacher … Continue reading

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Panning for gold

Daaa!!! What a week! So Changes are this week. I got called to train… again… except we will be in a trio…. again. I will still have my current companion, Elder Lares…. again, but will also have another child! I … Continue reading

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Riscos

So here in Momostenango, it is famous for something called ”Riscos” or cliffs. They look a little something like Badlands National Park. We were contacting in an little area outside of the limits of central park, and found these, and … Continue reading

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Courage pays off

Well, it has been a very busy three weeks: we have had to be considerably more “fun” than we usually are. Our lazy afternoons doing homework and social networking whilst eating popcorn have been replaced by trips all over Las … Continue reading

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Deer in the headlights

Welcome to Ivan, our Exchange Student! He will be with us for three weeks. When we picked him up from the airport, he had been traveling for 25 hours. Not surprisingly, he looked a little tired: After a bit of … Continue reading

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