Aquarius Hotel, Bar & Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Today we rode to school with Obed in a 1984 Toyota truck. The jeep had a problem with the tire so we were not able to go to Soto today. Crazy that our mode of transportation was 6 years older than me and still running like a champ. Obed was teasing that I could drive it to Soto tomorrow. I would certainly love to practice my standard driving skills but I think it would take us a very long time to get to ...
... weeks of teaching. This weekend was a quiet one of relaxing at the TEARS Center. We had a movie night with our adopted Canadian, Christina and we played soccer and basketball with the local kids. We attended the Camino church that Fay preaches at. While we don't understand most of the sermon it is awesome to be able to worship the same God and see the people's heart for Him as they worship ...
... community development must reach the deeply spiritual realm and says that humans are on a never ending journey towards something. This journey does not simply involve the poor but also the non-poor and the staff at the development agency. By recognizing development in terms of a transformational journey that occurs in everyone’s life (not only the lives of the poor), the non-poor avoid the common mistake of placing themselves on ...
... it was cool to see that our work mattered to them. At first I was a bit skeptical about presenting a possible solution to these leaders, but it was very well received. Whether they begin to move in the direction of collective impact or not, I hope we hear about a lot of progress being made in this community in the future. I will definitely be keeping in touch with some of the many cool people we've met down here. ...
Today was the day we've all been anticipating, the day where we finally put all our findings together and presented them to the TEARS and Soto teams. As I mentioned yesterday, our interviews have lead us in the direction of exploring collective impact, which was not covered in our course textbooks. Despite this fact, we could not ignore the clear desire - and necessity - for unity between the organizations within the barrio. ...