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December 18, 2008



Oh, dear, good luck with that. I took a few yoga classes in Italian till I found someone who used enough Sanskrit so I could follow! The Italian Iyengar teacher made me cry.


A yoga teacher who makes you cry? Man... that's bad. The class was actually ok. Somehow it was pretty similar. Inhale. Exhale. Mantegne. Except just said with a different accent. I'm still not sure, though, what "cocineta" is. But we focused on it quite a bit yesterday.


FYI, in case you ever go back to Panama: It is not proper to say "buenas," in all parts of the country. Especially if you are in Panama City or around educated people. People will look down on you if you speak less formally, as the less educated do. Of course, in Bocas, it's fine.


This is so cool what you did. I am a college student (19) and I would love to do this. I have actually contemplated it often, but now with this I can see it is very real and achievable. Right now any money I can get goes towards college and funding my travel obsession, so once I am out of college I hope to do something close to this. This is a real inspiration.

I love this little blog piece. Argentinian Spanish is insane!
I do have a few questions for you if you would be willing to email me, I just have some questions about your planning techniques and some other things. If there is anything you dont want to answer I totally respect that, or even if you do not want to email at all.

I would love to read all of your blogs but I am so busy. I have been trying to ready as many as I can fit in though.
Again, this is such an awesome idea and such an inspiration!

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