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1. I'm packing right now. I'll be a p-sup in Nicaragua. Anything you guys think is important to bring? It's been a while since I packed for Amigos.

2. I'll be writing about my summer as often as I can, so you're all welcome to check out my journal if you like.

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Hey. I just joined the community, so I figured I'd follow directions and introduce myself. My name is Lizzy. I'm from the Kansas City chapter. I went to Masaya, Nicaragua last summer, and I had a such a great time that I'm doing Amigos again. This time I'm heading to the DR. Yeah. Amigos rocks my socks.
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mbae'chapa?

hey everybody, i was a vol this summer in paraguay and have a question for anybody that might know. What day is the fiesta de san juan? i need this for a short story i'm writing for my english class so any help is appreciated.
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Hola a todos,

My name is Madison. I was a volunteer 2003 in Nicaragua (Leon). This year I'm going to go back to Amigos after a little break. I will be a project supervisor in the Dominican Republic. I'd love to catch up with anyone who volunteered with me in Nicaragua or who are going to be in the Dominican Republic this summer.

Feliz navidad, prospero ano y felicidad...

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Hi my name's Adrienne. I was a volunteer in Masaya Nicaragua this summer on a Youth to Youth for 8 weeks. I'm from the East Bay chapter (CA). I just got really confused about this group and thought it was a single person so sorry if I left you a confusing comment, I can't really use computers. Anyway yay for Amigos.
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Hej Kaely, hur Är det med dig!!!?, va kul att vi kan fortfarande hÅla kontakten, de var nÄstan 4 År vi kom tillbacks frÅn vÅran underbart uplevelse i Sverige...

anyone know what that says? =/

pastel de pina: LONG OVERDUE

here's my pastel de pina recipe. it's long overdue and probably too late for the person who i said i would give it to (sorry! CRINGE.) but i figured i might as well post it anyways.

aqui esta:
ingredients:
3 small pineapples
dulce
cinnamon
pinch of salt
flour to thicken

3 eggs
4 lbs flour
yeast
baking soda
2 bars margarine
2 tbs. cinnamon
1.5 lbs sugar
.5 lb shortening

1.) Mix first set of ingredients over heat until dark colored and condensed.
2.) Knead 3 lbs flour, soda, yeast, and some water.
3.) Beat eggs, sugar, margarine, shortening, cinnamon, and some more soda.
4.) Mix the two mixtures together and add the remaining 1 lb of flour.
5.) Fill with pina mixture and bake.

there it is! any preguntas, i'm here.
xoxo

comida tipica de honduras

what's up amigos, i need a favor.
did anyone who went to honduras write down any recipes for real honduran food? i have a spanish project, and of course i chose honduras. but there isn't much info on something i can make for the class besides tortillas (which i'm using as a last resort).
so if anyone has any semi-quick semi-easy honduran recipes they wouldn't mind sharing i would be deeply grateful.
thanks!!!
abrazos,
sarita
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