Finca Neblina Del Bosque
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... the Esteli twinning office. They are working on a similar twinning between Leeds and a town called La Concha. We went round visiting projects the Sheffield-Esteli twinning has supported.
The projects we visited made me so happy because they address a lot of societal problems here. Social, Nutritional, Physical and Sexual education are all incredibly inadequate, which leads to a huge amount of social and health problems.
- There is a very high teen pregnancy ...
... other people's point of view but there's still a lot of work to do applying what I've learned, so I don't feel I've gotten that deep into the culture. I have collected plenty of interesting world views from other travellers. So perhaps going somewhere out of your world is just about feeling differences and appreciating them.
Last night I noticed myself looking around the bar and seeing nothing but smiling ...
... hunk of beef, salad and rice and beans, with yule log for desert. Before dessert we opened presents, my host mum had bought me earrings, which was awkward for me because I don't have my ears pierced but I didn't say anything. Midnight was sort of like new years, with fireworks and everyone kissed each other on the cheek and said "feliz navidad" (happy christmas), and then I ...
"Its not good to take sentimental journeys, you see the differences instead of the similarities" Mary Astor
There are lots of things they don't have here. They don't have proper apples, they don't have peaches, good cheese, normal non-UHT milk, good wine, proper tea, good chocolate, vegetarianism, a culture of outdoor sports, my music, my family (Happy Birthday Holly!), my friends, my Abi (miss you!) and GIN.
As you might be able to tell I'm ...
Leaving Honduras, proved to be a lot more of a ballache than originally anticipated. Although they (who's they?) do say that you earn your own luck. Most of the stuff I'm about to mention could have probably been easily avoided if I actually bothered to read my guide book, but that ruins half the fun right?! Well sometimes, but no - definitely not in this case! So rather than a direct bus , I got on about 4 chicken buses to reach the Honduran>Nicaraguan border, of which the total trip ...