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The boat from Placencia Belize leaves every Friday for Puerto Cortez, Honduras so we were at the dock at 9 am. The boat ride was $60 each but well worth it considering all the bus travel it saves. Tom had gotten up early and had some breakfast at De Tatch, which was about $7. We think we located our friends truck near the dock so we left him a note. I had read on the internet not to sit in the back of the boat on the ...
... again, just spent some unnecessary money. And then realized that this really seems to be the most dangerous city I have been so far. There was security check to enter the AA office. There were security people at ever corner, even the icecream shop had one heavily armed in front of the door.
What else can you do? Go to a mall they recommended :-) So did I, it was full of security people again, bulletproof ...
... she didn't hear as she savored her last few moments of being above everyone and everything else.
Afterwards, as I spoke with Andrea she told me how a similar experience had happened with a student last year. It is incredible to think that so many of the people here have never walked up stairs, let alone stood on a balcony. It makes me wonder what other privileges we take advantage of. There must be so many we never even think ...
... Prepa room (kinder means preschool and prepa means kindergarten, confusing, huh?) since the two teachers had probably the biggest task considering the fact that most of the kids had never been to school before. The first two hours of the day were taken up by tears, tantrums, and attempted escapes. I actually chased down and dragged back two little buggers who were heading straight for the exit. Although not every kid had the best time that day, we ...
... volunteers and I are planning a trip to NIcaragua! We plan to visit Granada, Leon, and some of the beach cities. It is a pretty long bus ride, about 8 or 9 hours. But, it will be worth it for another stamp in my passport and a quick look around Nicaragua.
Some of you have asked questions about the food here. I originally thought this trip would be a good opportunity to loose a few pounds since last time I was here I remember ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service