A couple weekends ago, I got to go on a special hike with just my dad. We went with a bunch of people from all over the world on a trip organised by Kinkajo Adventures. It was my first overnight hiking trip, and on the first day I was pretty tired, but I had a lot of fun. My dad was super impressed, because I was really polite to all of the people I met on the trip, and I ony compplained about my legs being tired once.
I was a little bit shy on the first day of the trip, but then after going out for dinner in San Rafael, in a tuk tuk, with a nice British lady named Jade, she was super nice, and even bought me some candies! After the dinner I opened up quite a bit and then on the next day I made a new friends with a Canadian traveller named Joel, who taught me all about quartz, and even helped me collect a bunch of sample rocks. Its funny, my uncle Joel in Canada is also crazy about rocks, I wonder if this is just a Joel thing?
I really enjoyed spending time with my dad, and on the second day the hiking was a lot of fun because we got to play in waterfalls, and my dad was a super big champion because he carried me up and down some very big muddy parts. The water was super cold, so I mostly played on the side building things out of rocks. I am really looking forward to our next hiking trip!
At 7 years old, I have been to 20 countries and counting! I love to explore and get into everything around me. My parents think I am pretty weird, but that's ok because they are right, and there is nothing wrong woth being weird! Now that we are living in Colombia, I am probably the best Spanish speaker in our family, I am very useful to my dad who is easily the worst Sapnish speaker!