The Wishing Well Guesthouse
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After we arrived at our relative's house there was a delicious breakfast waiting for us. We had muffins, hash browns, scrambled eggs, fruit salad and orange juice, it was splendid. Then all of the kids went to the movies and saw Disney's Tomorrowland, and to be honest, I was too tired to really appreciate it, but the actors in it were great! Then I came home and did some stretching and conditioning. After that I got ...
... s Home, as well as some handmade unisex shorts for the kids! I am planning to update this blog daily once I arrive in Honduras on Saturday, with pictures and stories of my travels, so please stay posted! *There are issues with WiFi at times, so be patient if I miss a day or two! Can't wait to share my travels with all of ...
... here in the US(down is off, up is on). There are no switches on the double power points, but charging devices is a little slow with only two adapters and it being only 120 volts. A few other differences that remind us that we are in another country. Disappointed that I haven't seen a meat pie yet! But it has been a really great experience, and we have met some nice folks.
Regards John & Helen
The weather deteriorated overnight and plans to go to a flea market nearby were called off due to the fact that stall holders would not be out and about in the wet conditions. Nikki rejigged plans and it was off to a rather large outlet centre near Newark Airport. While quite different to the one we went to in Brescia in Italy it had all the big names and so, in spite of not needing anything, we all managed to make ...
... years and just recently received a grant to build a new facility. Each student has his/her own teacher and the goal is to acclimate them to social situations and build their confidence so that they can attend public schools someday. John did a brief program for them and then we invited the kids to come up and practice juggling and play the various musical instruments that he has while he made each of them a balloon animal.