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... they may well have lacked at home. One child stood out particularly; Richard, age nine, though his reading ability was much lower. During classes he would regularly leave class to look around the library and read out books to Jenn, though he could only sound out the words and did not appear to understand what he was reading. However, when other children were in the library as well he would become very disruptive and forcefully make sure he got to read to you. In a class of between 30 and ...
... the other stopped to play Ultimate Frisbee. We took a break for an hour
and once we had all arrived back at Sobal Varro (the hostel), we went to dinner
and had a typical meal of gallo pinto, plantains, and some kind of meat
(although some ate the vegetarian platter). At the moment some are taking
showers, others are playing games, and the rest are getting ready for bed.
-Madi and ...
... which mostly involved kids marching around beating drums and dancing with these quite elaborate puppet costumes.
Finally I had reached the point in my trip where there was nothing resembling a plan. So the next day was taken over by my trying to arrange transport for the next leg of my journey... skipping Honduras and heading straight into El Salvador. After doing some research I ruled out chicken buses as a effective way ...
... covering your body. Delightful! It's funny when we chat and ponder on the many diverse, intriguing people we've met since landing in Rio last November. After we'd bought our tent, we met Arthur, a solo traveller from New York. Tash and I were a little in awe of Arthur, as he told us of the various hiking holidays he'd done on his lonesome and his plans for Argentina with just his tent for shelter. Or Nick, the gentle giant who easily entertained us ...
... the sights of the centre and investigating the cathedral and museum here. The museum is on the site of a church convent and was very interesting in that it had ancient stone sculptures collected from around Lake Nicaragua and islands that the indiginous people thousands of years ago had carved.Very hot and sun beating down we wandered down to the waterfront where no one was and we then wandered back to the town where we had a relaxing and cooling massage each ...