Hotel Casa Colonial S.P.S
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... me alone! She left me alone. :-)
After four hours, we arrived at the border with a stop before crossing, exchanged Cordoba for lempiras and across the bridge over the river we went. Locals, either Nicas or Hondurans, were bathing in the river below while we were traveling above in an international bus and military on the bridge. The military crew seemed more focused on the river below than our bus with 60 people.
... concrete. The only to do in that situation is set up shop and wait. Out come the tarps, the camping stove, a huge bag of two minute noodles, music and speakers, the lot. We made food for the local workers as they attempted to build a make-shift bridge alongside the collapsed one and as a 3 hour wait turned into 8, Ryan's impending flight out of San pedro Sula, a mere 1.5 hours over the border, is looking less and less likely.
... a taxi to La Posada B&B. The online price was $12-14 but when we arrived, we were told that price is for the people who make reservations. Mike was about to suggest he hop on their computer real quick and make the reservations right now. The woman also told us those rooms were full. Mike got on the phone with Alex, the owner and talked about a price. He gave us a room for $40 total. CRAZY. but our only option. It was a nice place! There was ...
... in the 2nd grade. Most of the kids have never been to school before, have never used school materials before, and overall just have no idea how to act in a classroom. These teachers are literally starting from scratch: having to teach kids not to climb on shelves, eat crayons, rip up worksheets, punch and kick each other, etc. I definitely have to give them the most credit because Kim, Renee, Jess, and Adam have the hardest, but probably ...
... afternoons to make some extra spending money. There is one student in particular, Ibis, who could use some one-on-one practice. He is such a nice kid and he really tries! But, he is still very far behind his classmates. Im sure his past teachers have just overlooked him hoping that he would improve. Im making him a top priority while Im here.
I plan to add pictures and some good stories after Semana Santa. Stay tuned!
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