Our alarm clock slept in this morning – for the first time ever. I’m stunned.
In all the time I’ve known John, he’s never slept in. Ever. There have been plenty of times when I wished the man would roll over and go back to sleep, but he’s never done it. The second that sun sends its first rays onto the earth, he’s up – and he drags all of us up with him.
But today – he slept in. HE SLEPT IN! The world must be coming to an end. There’s no other explanation.
In the end, it’s probably a good thing that we didn’t leave today – it’s pretty windy out. Yes, it’s a tailwind, but even so the gusts could be hard to deal with on a dirt road.
So we’re here in Cerro Sombrero another day. Our hostel is actually a regular house and we’re the only ones staying here, so we’re pretty comfortable. Staying another day isn’t a bad thing – except for the fact that we’re all more antsy than a kid before Christmas to reach our goal.
It’ll happen… It’ll happen…