Here’s the beautiful bedroom of Luz María’s where we stayed.
This is the songbird outside of her window. It sat on this post and sang profusely. After William took it’s picture, Luz María said she enjoys this bird’s song every morning.
We gave them a copy of my children’s film, Laughter Friends, and little Luz María got very excited about it.
This is their lovely living room.
This pasture and the other scenery is right by the restobar where we did laughter yoga both nights we were in Los Angeles. There is also a kinderzoo on the campus with a petting zoo. I loved seeing all the animals.
We just could not believe how beautiful the camillia trees were. They were just covered in these blossoms.
The laughing ladies!
I decided to become an artichoke vendor and live happily ever after in Chile, biking around with my vegetables.
Jorge and Luz María took us to see this wonderful waterfall. They explained that because a dam has been built, it will soon dry up. This made the visit all the more important because it can be enjoyed for a limited time only.
Then we had lunch at the restaurant overlooking the falls. Luz María showed us how she adds orange soda to beer for a special treat.
It got so sunny we needed the drapes to be pulled but since they didn’t have this ability, the kind waiter got out a stapler and stapled them shut for our comfort.
And I sure enjoyed dessert. We all decided to be decadent and instead of choosing whipped cream or ice cream, we got BOTH! mmmm!
Though we were totally tired, we returned to Luz María’s restobar and led a high energy laughter yoga session for a crowd of various ages. We were amazed at how much the laughter yoga was able to revitalize us.
After the session I went around with my video camera interviewing people about their experience. Here’s Diego giving his opinion.
We said farewell to our wonderful laughter friends from Los Angeles. What a meanful connection we made with each one of them. Our hearts were full!