Trek N° 8.
If I had to put a title to this story, would be 'Impossibility: What happens when you're not expecting'
Turns out, that this picture was taken on that exact sacred moment when you start to feel a good chemistry with your guide when is your first time on the field with him/her.
Gabriel, Wich is also the name of my nephew, is a delightful and thoughtful gentleman with old fashioned style manners, he takes cares about people for real, he likes people and farms, plants, animals and growing things as one of the girls of the group (she appears in this photo), they had a match with plants and farming things! Such a storyteller with the most funny accent ever!!! I've been on the field with him and Addie (his auxiliary) twice in a row, both amazing experiences! Thanks, Gorilla! Can't wait for my next time in the rodeo with you.
Impossible things came out on this 8th trekk and actually there's something misterious arround number 8, Simbol of infinity... The everlasting impressions that this 8th journey left to me, are something that I'm still dealing with. Sometimes I wish I could turn back time and repeat the lessons and taste that this trekk left me: Impossibility only exist in your mind, and solids eights are actually a real thing, some people calls them 'Flor en el fango', so rare and beautiful...
Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, United States, France and Sweden joined us for this one, you were an amazing group! And thanks to Hannah, for this unexpected shot!
Just another one of the freelancers interpreters team.
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