Hacienda la Esperanza
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... Chelsea led the women in a craft with feathers and pens. We also painted on shirts which the women seemed to enjoy.
Tonight we went to the village right outside of Hope For Life. We ate dinner there and just walked through the town. The view is beautiful looking back down the street you can see gigantic mountains behind the village.
Until tomorrow. God Bless
... of the children were walking around barefoot. On top of all that, the heat creates combustion the trash dump is always on fire and smoking. There used to be over 1,000 people living at the dump but since Hope For Life has gotten involved the numbers have dropped to 200. The government won’t get involved because in helping these people because they get recycling.
In the afternoon, we traveled to Saint ...
... with quite some surprise that as we walked into the grand plaza with ************e else around we were met with the boisterous squawks of a dozen or so scarlet macaws. It turned out that a breeding and reintroduction programme was taking place at the ruins, which was deemed an apt place, as the emblem of the city was the scarlet macaw in ancient times. As we walked into the grand plaza followed by our red winged buddies we spied our first pyramid ...
... and are still being documented and explored.
The primary sctructures are in a large opening in the foliage. The main heirglyphs (which are impressive) are covered by metal roofs, which kinda detracts from the overall ambience. At first I wondered what was the point in protecting them from the elements, they've survived millenia already, but on further reflection they no doubt survived in the shade and protection ...
... border crossings into Guatemals and Honduras. On the way Walter shared information about the current status of el
salvador including an interesting conversation about the problem of
gangs and information aout the economics of El Salvador. Riding past
the many volcanoes, lakes and valleys provided interesting vistas.Before checking into our hotel ...