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Travel Blogs from Omoa
... so mature and such global thinkers (term courtesy of Melissa).
We had some time to buy SHH t-shirts and other jewelry, artwork, etc. from the people in Villa. I was so excited to finally be able to one of Julio Cesar’s paintings. I have been wanting one for the last 2 years, as my first summer here they did an raffle for a painting of tiger that I bought $20 worth of tickets for. I prefer to just buy one. And it’s amazing. I also bought the pillow made by Blanca ...
... summer here in Honduras, and with whom I had kept in touch for the past 2 years through Facebook. I barely got to see him last summer so I was really looking forward to spending time with him this summer. As fate may have it, he was killed in June, just a month before I came down here to some type of gang violence.
Aside from all of that, today was a pretty awesome day. I was so disappointed that it was our last day at the worksite, but we ...
... all night and couldn’t sleep.
Who ever thought I would ever complain it was too cold in Honduras?? Add to
that the frequent nurse visits and machine beeps so they could check on her. Needless
to say I’ve been up since 5, with very little sleep before. Unfortunately, Liz
is staying another night so they can continue to monitor her (we think she had
what Matt had last summer) but tonight our group leader Amy is staying with
... good. I
may or may not have fallen a few times, and missed blocking quite a few goals…
And there is a remote possibility I did a very silly dance with a huge stick,
which may or may not have been videotaped….
I wanted to play soccer when
we got back to Villa, but first I had to buy bracelets from all the little
girls I promised the other day, at $5 a pop! Fortunately, Xiao Hua went in on
them with me so that ...
... were doing, but it will be nice to stay in one place. So today we were working on the foundation for the second floor at the middle school. Different work assignments included cutting wire, rebar, forming rings with the rebar, and making the full floor supports, or "castillos" which consisted of 4 pieces of rebar surrounded by the attached rings. (you can see what I mean in the pictures) I started off cutting wire, and then got distracted by the pretty sparks ...