Picture Post: The Hostel, Part II

Let´s continue the tour of the strange place in which I live.  Now we go on to the courtyard, the central hang out for residents during the day.

My twofavorite hammocks slumbering in the background.

My two favorite hammocks slumbering in the background.

The Courtyard from above.

The Courtyard from above.

Four rarely empty chairs.

Four rarely empty chairs.

The kitchen sink is outside!  Sometimes the rain does the dishes.

The kitchen sink is outside! Sometimes the rain does the dishes.

A popular game in Peru called Sapo.  Throw the gold coins into the frog´s mouth.

A popular game in Peru called Sapo. Throw the gold coins into the frog´s mouth.

If I call you, it´s from this box.  The top half of the door is shut, so you have to almost crawl into it.

If I call you, it´s from this box. The top half of the door is shut, so you have to almost crawl into it.

The bathroom off the courtyard that I hardly use.

The bathroom off the courtyard that I hardly use.

The patron clown that watches over all of us in the courtyard.

The patron clown that watches over all of us in the courtyard.

Now we go into the communal kitchen.  Lots of cooking happens here after volunteering, and most of it involves combined efforts, combined foods, and combining meals.

Part of the reason communal cooking is so popular is because this is the only cooking device.  The flames can go up to a foot high, and 3 people have singed their hair.

Part of the reason communal cooking is so popular is because this is the only cooking device. The flames can go up to a foot high, and 3 people have singed their hair.

The dining area.

The dining area.

The stickers don´t lie.

The stickers don´t lie.

For the end of the second part of this picture dump, a little surprise when I first came into the computer room.

Ah!

Ah!

 

That´s all for now.  The last installment coming up very soon.

5 responses to “Picture Post: The Hostel, Part II

  1. you didn’t put that picture up there?

    weird.

    small freakin world.

    i’m going to have nightmares about all those clowns.

    however…. big fan of the phone booth.

  2. Excellent pictures.

    I love the line “if there are no plates to wash, there was no food to eat…”

  3. Love the joyous colors and the rain doing the dishes!!! Unfortunately the dishes would freeze here.

  4. I love picturing you in the phone booth.

    Don’t singe your hair!

  5. If there is no grammer to correct, there were no words to speak. So take correction gratefully.

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