Hostal de Santa Maria
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after 2 months of searching and searching with food problems and people tired and giving up we finally found land! i almost tought that we where lost but we finally did it however instead of reaching Asia i reached another continent that my friend Amerigo Vespucci named America.
there are other indigenous people here before us but we will conquer this place named America and i will tell all of Spain about this new ...
Our first day of volunteering was great. We started a beautification project of painting a wall of the school for children living in the dump/ landfill area. We then hung out and played with the children who loved being with us. There were smiles, serious looks and looks of sadness in their faces. One little boy had a black eye. I have posted a few photos which are worth a thousand ...
After 5 hours of bus from GT, I finally arrive in Coban, a small town with bustling markets at the core of the Guatemalan coffee region. Head straight to hostel casa luna where a dorm bed for 50Q will be good for the night.
The town is really small, there is not much to visit, and at 7pm it becomes difficult to find a place to have dinner. Fortunately I find a cool restaurant where I can order churrascos and a ...
... hygiene, sanitation) that will last forever. WFP monitors the programs for 10 years, but the goal is that the local communities are educated on maintaining the program or system so that they don't need to ask for external help to fix it if something goes wrong. One thing that really empowers and invests the communities is that Water For People doesn't fund 100% of the projects, some of it is funded by the local government, some by ...
... storage tank, and micro and macro meters. This project was different than the others ones we visited in the following days because they had a micro loan from a local non-profit that WFP partners with, ACDIS. Before the project, they had a water truck that hauled water to the community every day. The community members said that it was often contaminated and polluted.
We visited the well and storage tank site, which they had built a gate around to ...