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... really doesn't look like the most dangerous city in the world, it just looks like a normal city. There's a lot of security though. When I got there the owner was in bed so his two volunteers looked after me. They were really nice although the girl does not shave which I still find bizarre! When the owner got up he took me to a place where I could book my ticket to Nicaragua which was really nice. I was lucky as there were only 4 seats left, get to sit near the toilet though, ...
... class prepared. I attended both schools' Cena's, Santa Monica's in the morning and San Jeronimo's at night. I will hopefully post some videos so you can watch some. Lucky for me, Dance Club, which I teach afterschool on Wednesday was prepared with a fabulous routine to Katy Perry's Firework! And all of the volunteer teachers performed a rendition of "The 12 Days of Christmas" all about life in Honduras. The kids loved it. It was a great day with lots of fun ...
... mountain surrounds. On arrival we experienced a much poorer airport with an unusual amount of males with guns. After agreeing to an exorbitant taxi fare, the driver took us to our pre-booked B&B. The journey took us though the city where we saw many more guns. The further we got to our 'middle class destination, the more guards with guns outside high walls topped with barbed wire and electric fencing of every ...
... again we stumbled upon a pulperia (convenience store) and each bought big glass bottles of Pepsi.
When you buy something in a glass bottle you drink it there and then return the bottle to the pulperia where they send it back to the factory to get refilled. It’s quite the system for recycling which is strange because recycling is something this country definitely struggles with. The amount of trash seen in the streets and plastic and paper products thrown away with ...
... arrived, I was surprised at how many cars were parked outside. I was even more surprised when I saw all the lights... and heard the music... Is this a funeral or a party?
The house was rather large by Cofradia standards, suggesting that the family´s business had been successful. When we walked through the front gate, we were greeted by live music played by a man on a keyboard and one on a guitar. Three girls sang into microphones ...
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