It is a beautiful and sunny morning here in Rio Claro. Robert, Adam, the dogs and I are chillin today. Robert calls Sunday his "chinese laundry" day and he has his clothes all washed and hanging on the line. He also takes the Big Dogs for a walk out in the jungle of the farm. When I visit the farm, Sunday morning is my turn to fix breakfast. I made French Toast and New England Poor Folks Syrup for breakfast which we all enjoyed. I am working on some computer projects today and testing them as well as preparing for my housesitting assignment in San Vito. I think I be going to San Vito on Wednesday and staying about 3 weeks. During which time I will be working out the details of my plans to become a full-time RVer in the United States.
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I have been in Granada, Nicaragua for almost a month now. I came here to improve my Spanish and get away by myself for a little while. I thought I would combine this trip with checking out a location for possibly getting residency and buying a small piece of land to live on. I gave up. I am tired. Tired of people taking advantage of other people. Tired of the rules and regulations. Tired of being viewed as the Rich Gringa when I am dirt poor and seen as a second class citizen in my own country. I am tired of living such a hard life. It seems each time I help someone I am expected to keep helping or to be something or someone that I am not. I do not want to do this any longer. Last year I wanted to become a full-time rver though I had some unpleasant experiences that cost me my savings and a chunk of my heart and left me deflated and running back to the familiarity of Costa Rica. I never settled in in this past year. I didnt really want to be there. I didnt know where