Life at Summer Camp
Trip Start Jan 21, 2013
8Trip End May 07, 2013
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Right now it seems like this is basically summer camp for college students. Living in our own house has allowed for our group of 17 to become really close in just a week. I'm relieved that my roommates and I get along so well! The only downside is we spend more time sharing stories and laughing than doing any actual work. We've also decided that snacking takes priority over all other chores and that climbing up and down the shaky bunk beds counts as a work out
Like Pavlov's dogs we know when we hear bells it's time to report to the cafeteria. Dinner tonight was nice because some of us sat with a very nice OTS employee who barely spoke any English. We worked on our Spanish as we conversed with him about his travels to Panama and Nicaragua.
I enjoy going on runs because I get to see a lot at such high elevation. There are so many great views! Today we ran into an armadillo!
Tomorrow we will go to La Casona to do an observational study and meet with the county health director.