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... there is nothing to see and it's also supposed to be dangerous. Stayed in a hostel with the absolutely most helpful people ever.
Had a little shock when I opened my e-mail and saw a message from American Airlines that there was something wrong with my booking and I should call. Really didn't want to stay in this town. Fortunately I could use the phone at the hostel, but the person on the phone couldn't ...
... with nothing but Maccas, Wendy's, Burger King, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut signs. We decided on Pizza Hut, after dinner we walked back to the hostel, went to be and left the following morning at 4am AGAIN to board our bus to take us to the port of La Ceiba to catch our ferries. This journey was only 4 hours. Once at the port I said goodbye to the guys and boarded my pretty luxurious catamaran, ...
... I wish I had been there for the ascent. Andrea, the second grade teacher told me how terrified Telma was to be so high up. She was holding onto the railing of the stairs so tight her knuckles were white and once she finally made it to the third floor and knocked on my door to say "hello" she would not go anywhere near the railing. It took a little while but eventually Andrea and I convinced her to look out over the edge. Her little ...
We're off! This past Tuesday the school year began in typical Honduran fashion. Kids arrived at school by the busloads and were literally just dropped off in the schoolyard and left to their own devices. To any American school system this would look like a giant accident waiting to happen. 9th graders mingling with kindergarten kids spinning as fast as possible on what the teachers so perfectly refer to as "the spinning wheel of death". But, ...
And so we started a new week at the Cofradia Bilingual School! We acquired a new roommate on Friday named Matt. He is from London, and we had a good time showing him around town all weekend. We visited the Rocks, which is a swimming pool that the school owner built for the kids and the volunteers. We made plans to drive up to the mountains to visit Cusuco National Park. It is a mountain park full of trails, waterfalls, swimming pools, and ...
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