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... We were instructed to paddle all the time, however, at one point our guide shouted at us: “On the floor!”, meaning that we had to sit down on the raft´s floor and keep paddling as hard as we could. After we got over the first peak, all soaking wet and something between excited and frightened, we spotted the second one. It was massive! I would probably compare it to a huge tsunami wave or a seemingly impenetrable water wall. For a while I got a feeling we ...
... or greet us, seemingly somewhat perplexed by these visitors. I had brought my identification tag in case it was needed, but it never left my bag. We then walked the rest of the distance into the village. We stopped at an almost picnic like clearing in front of some huts where a number of people were gathered.
We went into this area with the men who participated in the interview. We were introduced and walked about and greeted everyone, as must be done ...
... the little bar we had visited the previous night which we now found was called Las Bellas. We received a warm welcome from the Hungarian owner (whom we now discovered had actually been born in Tela of a Hungarian mother and an English father whose name he had never even known). He wanted to give us some barbecued pork but we insisted that we had just eaten and so he bought us a beer each instead. When the time came to leave almost everyone in the bar came ...
This past week we started our two week Summer Academy where students are asked if they would like to attend a summer session to kick start the school year and give us teachers a chance to practice our skills from training. I am working in a combined first/second grade with about 15 students in it each day. There are four teachers and we take turns teaching the three main subjects: English/Language Arts, Math, and Science. Because my ...
Here are the rest of my pictures. Sorry I don't have time to recount all my adventures.Basically I spent about 9 days travelling Honduras. Spent two days in Puerto Cortes, then took a bus to Copan where I spent about three days enjoying the ruins and beautiful town. From there I headed to San Pedro Sula where I spent the day at the archeology museum and then back to Cortes. In Cortes I spent another 2 nights immersed in Garifuna culture and enjoying the festivities of the "ferria" ...