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... not good!!... I digress.... as we were getting on the bus at 4am we saw 2 cars drive past us and then the 2nd car drew level with the 1st car and then pointed a gun out of the window... and drove off!! Obviously some kinda threat or warning... although I am convinced I heard a gun shot in the middle of the ...
... and with the fan blowing hard, tried to get some sleep.
Mon 16th Apr.
After a not too bad night, we were up at 8.15am, down for breakfast and then took our time getting ready to go into town. Around 10am, we left the guesthouse, after receiving directions and walked the 20mins walk into the centre. Surprisingly, we were that close. We walked to the central park and after taking the mandatory photos, we sat in ...
... were at San Pedro Sula Airport we were in for a big surprise... some how we missed our customs papers, I had to scramble to speak Spanish to everyone(since Dennis doesn't know a lick of Spanish), and we kept getting in the wrong line. There were Honduran Police with guns standing round and once we made it through taxi drivers bombarded us. The road to our hotel was full of children shoe-less and shirtless, run down buildings, horse drawn trailers, and ...
... do was strip him down, shake out his clothes and shoes, and splash him with water. Another day, we found a scorpion in our classroom which the haciadora killed with a broom handle while telling us that its poison is said to be powerful enough to kill a small child. Then I saved the fourth graders from the supposed poisonous lizard whose blue tail can sting and kill you. I trapped it in a piece of paper and brought it outside; brave, I know. Other than that, it's pretty ...
... plays. My kids have all written poems about their mothers that they will write in a card and read in front of the whole school and all the parents. We are also going to make tissue paper flowers to give as gifts. The poems are hilarious. They basically say "My mom is good. I like her food. She is smart. She has a heart." One girl wrote "My mom loves me. I wish I was a tree." That's talent. But, there are a few aspiring poets in the group. They went above and ...
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