Introduction Words are best imprinted on the mind out of necessity and I think mother nature currently wants me to know the word for “umbrella”. It’s a rainy night here in Uruguay, Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 6:45 pm and I have now been here for just about one week.
“Why Uruguay?” “Uruguay…why Uruguay?” is the most asked question often accompanied by the confounded look of one trying to place Uruguay on their mental map. But the question is the answer.
Hello, and welcome to my Uruguay website. My name is Richard and I will be traveling in Uruguay for 3-6 months and documenting my excursion on these pages. Someone once said to Socrates, as he was articulating the benefits of travel, “Well, Antiode learned nothing from his travels in Rome.” Socrates responded, “Precisely not, he brought himself along for the …
The Curse of Humberto Have you ever fancied something that is a great challenge for you? Perhaps you wanted to be a pianist but lacked the requisite digit dexterity? Or you wanted to be a singer but your voice constantly fell flat?
“Verb”oten-The Challenge of Spanish Verbs Spanish verbs are like roadblocks. You’re cruisin’ down the freeway, carefree with lots of momentum on your side and then, BAM, you hit a roadblock.
My Condition The word for it currently escapes me. (I think that it will come to me within two paragraphs). But I am semi-it.
President Bush/Whitehouse: I hope that this email falls into the hands of someone with authority.