Mar 02, 2016

A German RV and other stuff

An RV from Germany was here for three nights.  They left yesterday.

An RV from Germany was here for three nights. They left yesterday.  Very tiny compact unit made by Hymer.

 

The Virgin de Guadalupe has been pained on the back.

The Virgin de Guadalupe has been painted on the back.  I can’t find the translation for the first word but the last three mean ‘do not envy’.

Clemencia and Jurgen live full time in their RV although they do have a home back in Dusseldorf.  They have no idea how long they will keep traveling but at the moment they are headed to Peru.  They plan on working in an orphanage high up in the Andes for 6 months.  Their main concern was altitude sickness.

Their blog info re their journey as well as the orphanage info is marked on the side of their RV.

Their blog info re their journey as well as the orphanage info is marked on the side of their RV.

Their travel blog can be found here.  They post in German, Spanish and English.  So happy to see that they got a great Isla sunset shot.  Sadly they had to press on but we could have had much more music as she played the guitar and he the violin.  This is a quick link as to what they hope to accomplish in Peru at the orphanage.

Beautiful US sailboat out front.

Beautiful US sailboat out front.

The girls share a water dish...

The girls share a water dish…

...then the three of us girls share a nap.

…then the three of us girls share a nap.

So ends another day in paradise.

So ends another day in paradise.

 

 

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3 Responses to “A German RV and other stuff”

  1. rae says:

    Ámate = love yourself.

    I love seeing those European RVs out here in North America. Spotted one from France at the McDonald’s in the Golden Zone a while back.

  2. lucy says:

    First word ‘ amate’, can be translated as: ‘ love yourself ‘.

    My regards, Lucy

  3. Gisele says:

    Hola Contessa,

    “ámate” means love yourself – y no envidies – and do not be envious………..

    Thanks for sharing their blog, most interesting, saludos Gisele

    PS/Keep up the good work on your blog, always enjoying checking up on what is
    happening – passed on Hannelore and Peter’s section to our mutual friends.

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