In 1990 we had a combined Agriculture and Beekeeping In-service Training. After spending hours and hours learning about green manure and water filtration ditches, all in Spanish, highly technical and delivered by the Dean of the Agricultural School, we kicked back at the hotel and several Volunteers started to play songs on the guitar. At a certain point during the evening the guitar was passed to our Associate Peace Corps Director, Antonio Dacak, who was very popular with the Volunteers. He belted out several tunes and we all learned what an amazing voice he had. Think Julio Iglesias. Antonio had studied Agronomy in Texas in the 70s, and picked up a lot of American slang from that era. He amused us with his vocabulary, often giving the American slang a Spanish twist like "intensivo man."