I have access not only to the basics, but also to resources that provide a very comfortable lifestyle.My Spanish level allows me to verbally communicate with others, and I feel safe at my site.I know this may come as a shock to many of you, as I have had a wonderful time at my site in Manabi, Ecuador.However, I have given this decision much thought over the past month and am completely confident that it is the most appropriate decision for me.When people recount tales from their family vacations one usually hears how they relaxed by the pool, ate out most of the time, took long bathes in the jacuzzi tub, went to the spa, layed out on the beach with a pina-collata, or even got some much needed rest.Going on vacation with your six month old can be difficult at worse and pleasant at best.The obstacles encouraging me to resign from my position are not interpersonal conflicts.I made wonderful friends and developed relationships in the community and with key organizations.
He didn't want to be held and he didn't want to sit down.
After his initial interest in the waves and sand he was over it!
I envisioned my husband and I taking long romantic bathes in the gigantic jacuzzi tub that was in our villa.
Lets just cut to the chase and say ours was difficult and somewhat frustrating with moments of enchantment located in between.
I envisioned myself lounging on the beach, limonata in hand, with my son in his beach tent snoozing contently and playing in the little pools of water that are created when the tide moves back out to sea.