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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
Wow! I can't believe how long it's been since I've last written a blog post!
I'll begin with Christmastime and the annual Cena Navidena (roughly translated to "Christmas Dinner"). Cena Navidena is an event that happens every year on the last Saturday before vacation. It is full of dancing, singing, great food, and annoying MCs. Each class is required to perform something on stage and the teach start preparing weeks in advance. It was very impressive to see ...
We caught a small plane with TACA Airlines where the staff were so excited to have Australians aboard that the pilot welcomed us during his flight brief. It was in Spanish but we could get the gist as passengers smiled and clapped while looking in our direction or maybe it was the guy behind us….
Flying over Honduras in to San Pedro Sula was a vista of green with multitudes of banana plantations ...
... white/gray colors slowly moving around the stage. Back at the hotel, we chilled in our room with the A/C on and watched a cooking and cupcake show on TV. We ordered pizza hut and enjoyed our nice non-sketchy accomodation and some chill time with each other. That night we got to swim in the pool until it started thundering and lightning so we got out and headed back to our room to relax more and find comfort in sleeping in these huge clean comfortable ...
... have the pleasure of working with those “challenges” on a one-to-one or small group setting, and I have to say I am so excited. I remember my roommate from college, Claire, saying that she always found that the hardest students to work with always became her favorites. I think this is true because the harder your work, the greater the reward. To challenge myself and these students to be patient, calm, to try our best, and to never give up ...
... s house to give our condolences. At first, I assumed it would be inappropriate for me to go, since I was new in town and didn´t know the family. The other volunteers insisted that it would be fine, so I went. Since the school is such a large part of the community around here, the volunteers are seen as part of the community as well. Even if we are gringos.
We rode to the family´s house with some locals that work at the school. ...
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