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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... Bilingual School. But I won’t tell you it all, because they wrote their own blog post! Thanks mom and dad!!
Off to Honduras to visit Marisa
by Mom & Dad (Rachelle & Fausto)
February 23, 2012
Two large duffles of school supplies from the Birch Meadow School in Reading. Mrs. Beckman was terrific and collected all sorts of goodies for the kids. Paper, pens, pencils, markers, boxes, books, games and more. We had to use our ...
... it all took my breath away. I don't know what exactly I was expecting, but surely not so many mountains and so much greenery! At that moment, I once more realized how lucky I am, i get to see a whole new part of the world and I'm counting on enjoying every minute of it!! On a technical note, i'm writing this post from an iPad (thank you mommy!) so I can't add pictures, but i'll figure out a way to do it, ...
pictures coming soon!
Life in Cofradia is hot, sweaty, and a blast. My first taste of the next year came in Miami where I met my coworker Sean in the airport. Sean is from Canada and we had some fun talking about hockey. I, of course, made it a point to mention how amazing the Bruins are. We weren't seated near each other on the flight, but we met up again once we landed in San Pedro Sula. Our flight was half full of Hondurans and half full of Americans going on service ...
... didn’t seem to care. Most people just went along about there day
when they saw us. When we talked to them though they were all very
The village was built on about forty feet off the coast leaving them a
very long beach. It had a lot of trash thrown all over it but this
was common in Honduras, littering wasn’t a big deal. We decided to
go swimming, seeing as it was super hot, humid, and sunny. We changed
and got in the ...
... a few more volunteers arriving next week to stay in Nathan and my house.
My first weekend:
I decided to stick around town this weekend and explore a little. Lukeīs cousin, Alice, and her husband, Isaac, stopped to visit on their way from the Bay Islands to Copan. I really appreciated having them here to help me explore and try new food. We ate baleadas, pupusas, and pan de lote. We bought fresh cantelope, oranges, and mangos in the market. ...