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I have spent almost 9 days in Colombia. In this time I have seen old friends, made new friends, met wonderful people, seen amazing sights and had my breath taken away too many times.
I cannot ever fully express what it is like to form part of CISV, but it is the best feeling in the world to know that no matter where you go, someone will be there to meet you with a smile and share their lives with you.
The members of CISV Colombia are an incredible group of people and my deepest of thanks go them, they made my trip 1000 times better than it would have been on my own. I hope to see them all again very soon somehow.
Special thanks also go to CISV USA members who became my travel buddies for the last few days and made the experience even better if that’s possible.
And of course all the other chapters involved in the RTF (Panama, El Salvador, Ecuador, Brazil, etc) who made the training a wonderful event.
I’m about to get on my plane for the hopefully uneventful trip, so I’ll end this here.
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We went to el peñon de Guatapé today. Beautiful place! Took some great pics I will upload when I get back home :)
740 steps to the top!
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Arrived at Medellin! Feeling pretty good so far and very excited to start my new RTF experience :D
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I’m a couple of hours away from leaving to Colombia for the Berraquera RTF! Wooo! So excited!
Jawas were typically short rodent-like natives of Tatooine. They were passionate scavengers, seeking out technology for sale or trade in the deep deserts in their huge sandcrawler transports.
"I can’t abide those Jawas! Disgusting creatures!"
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A card game given to me by aintnobodysbusinessifido, looks awesomely complicated
straight dudes 100 percent of their lives
I didn’t think people like this actually existed
Here we see the Greater Douchebag in one of their natural habitats. Like many poisonous animals, the bright colors are a warning to stay away.
the no homo sapiens
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