Hotel Camino Maya
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
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I'm feeling twenty twwooooo!! On our birthday we travelled to Copan, celebrating in three countries on our way: El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. We had an early start and nowhere was open for breakfast, so the extremely kind and generous hotel staff cooked us a breakfast in their own homes! The journey was easy and the border crossing from El Salvador to Guatemala was a breeze, getting all of us through in under ten minutes! Guatemala itself seemed a lot more ...
... site of the family's home that Hope For Life is building. Several of the children helped to carry sand. This community seems to work together to help each other. When we were finished carrying sand, we headed down to the church to do devotions, balloons and soccer with the kids. Philip led devotions with the children. Then we played a game with the kids called four squares, which team ...
... our travels took us to Kelly’s House. A home for the physically handicapped. We were told that in Guatemala there is no place for them to get the help they need. They would just be discarded. Again Chris got out the guitar and we sang to the people. Today music seemed to be the universal language that broke through the language barrier and touched their hearts.
Today we also returned to the orphanage. Our ...
... was very grateful. From the school we headed to the church, where team member Chris led a devotional with the children. "God Loves You and cares about you no matter where you’re from. Following the devotional, team member Christian led the kids in the American game. Duck Duck Goose. The game was a big hit. We also made bead bracelets with the kids. The ...
... me the word for doll in Spanish. He kept breaking it down into syllables, and I think I was saying it wrong, but everytime I got to the last one he would just laugh, along with Cristina and Balan, and he would tell me "No", and repeat it again. I don't think I'll ever forget the word muneca. Antonio was showing me his artwork. He's really good. Jose was as well. They are such a sweet family and we had lots of fun. On the way to lunch I stopped ...