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... in the states. She was home for two and a half weeks and during that time I took over 4th grade. At first I was hesitant about leaving my Learning Center kids behind because I had been working so hard with them and feared a few weeks off would undo all of the progress we had made, but with the gracious help of my team I was able to balance it all. It was fun teaching one classroom of kids, but I am happy to be back in my role doing the job I was sent here to ...
... two minutes to spare! Nice 3.5 hour ride, watched a movie and rested up. Grabbed a taxi to the first hostel listed in the guidebook. It was pretty nice, fast internet. But wow this place does not seem like one where you want to leave the hostel and wander. So yeah, stayed up on the balcony doing internet chores and reading. Went to a very nice restauraunt right across the street. Splurged on a very nice steak dinner, $15. Street food ...
... experience with the language I promised myself to try my best. The Spanish classes have been going well. I understand most of what goes on but am still struggling to speak for myself and remember conjugations and vocabulary. I am sure that within a few months I will be much more confident in my Spanish speaking abilities.
The teacher training classes have been very good. A lot of what is covered is material I learned a Wheelock, but there is also a decent amount of ...
... 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 ...
... corn on a small bbq by my house. I am definitely well fed. And the supermarket contains plenty of food, toiletries, and housewares.
I am living in a house about 5 blocks from the square. It has three small bedrooms and one bathroom. Our living room serves as a kitchen, sitting area, library, and office. I use the term kitchen very loosely. We basically just have a table with portable gas stove on top and a mini-fridge. Cooking is difficult, but ...