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It's time to play catch-up with what's been going on here in Guatemala. I could give lots of reasons for why I haven't been keeping up, but probably the biggest is lack of wifi up at the orphanage where I'm staying, and the fact that I'm too tired to stay down at the Rancho very long after dinner, plus, I want to make sure I get a ride back to the top. I've done the steps twice so far this summer, and if I don't do them any more, ...
It was back to the hospital today, and I spent time in all three of the rooms. This morning I spent time in room 2, where I have spent my last 2 days. I helped give baths and feed bottles. I probably spent most of my time with Delmar again, he's the smallest one, and has the craziest head of hair you've ever seen! With about 45 minutes left I went over to room 1 and spent some time there. There were a ...
Today was back to the hospital this morning. The fun part was taking the vibration speaker and putting on my Spanish kids songs from my phone. The kids were absolutely fascinated by it. Especially little Alex. He stood there for the longest time and just put his head on the table and listened. It was like they had never heard kids music before. I even ...
Today was a day of settling into a new routine. Or at least a life without a group. This morning I spent my time in the hospital with the babies. It was just what I needed. I spent by time in one of the downstairs rooms with Jaime, Heidy, Olga, Alex, Raquel, Diego, and Delmar. Delmar was the one I spent most of my time with. I was able to feed him his morning and lunchtime bottle. He is 4 months old and is just adorable. ...
... I didn't do this yesterday! Buried amongst the lush green foliage it was indeed impressive. From here we headed down to the pools themselves. Swimming across one, before jumping down into the next. There were about six in total we could get involved with, as the others were too shallow. They contained little fish that would nibble at your feet to eat the dead skin. I know people pay a lot for this kinda pedicore back home but I found it quite ...