Hotel Casa Aroma de Cafe
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... the front of the pick up truck while a few students and teachers huddle down in the bed. This is very common sight throughout Honduras. We watched the kids coming into school and playing in the yard before classes. It is amazing how kids everywhere are really the same... playing games, talking, enjoying friendships. After classes started we get to spend about ten minutes with each class (kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade). They are happy to see us and we are even greeted with ...
... so I figured if I wanted to write a blog that was comprehendable, I had better wait until I had an environment that allowed it.
Our friends in Honduras live up in the mountains on an acreage that is very peaceful and relaxing. That is great for us when we come, but for them it is a life of seclusion in a sense. They do not see or get to visit with other members face to face throughout the year, so the Feast and any church visitors they ...
... dodge ball with the kids, which was a big hit, but accidentally hit one kid in the head! He was okay and even gave me a halfway hug after. One of the camp counselors taught the kids and I this riddle using sticks. The kids loved it and kept of trying and trying until they figured out the trick. At the end of the day many of the students gave me hugs goodbye and one boy came right up to me and said, "Miss, I do not think I told you my name. I am Andres" and gave me a big hug. It was ...
... really awesome dreads walked us to a
ladies house who made us some fried chicken and rice. As we waited
for our food Garifuna man wearing a Florida Marlins baseball cap
talked to us and gave us some of his ethnic bread and some fish he
had caught and cooked that day. He told us of his travels in latin
America and the U.S.. You wouldn’t guess it but many of the
Garifuna people spoke good English.
We got our food and caught the last bus Back ...
... this week. We ate alot!
Things at the school are still going really well. My little 1st grade garden is going really well. We now have sunflowers, petunias, ocra, basil and chives all starting to grow. The kids love it, although its hard to explain that weeds arenīt actually the result of the seeds we planted!
The art competition also ended and was a big success. Musa will update you on that ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service