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... to keep this brief, so I won't go on about the inadequate diets and levels of need here. If you are interested in providing a food basket or just want more information, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Traveling in the developing world makes me know how fortunate I am to have been born and raised in the USA!!
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After hearing Candelaria's story of how she overcame her heritage and parents objections and went to school beyond 3rd grade, learned English and eventually started the Spanish school Jabel Tinamet, I knew that I should stay here in Panajachel for two more weeks, study Spanish and live with a family.
At the end of week 1, it was the right decision. The school is excellent; much better than I am a student! I have no ability with languages, but, I'm OK with where I am after the ...
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We all boarded a bakkie to take us down to the river at Semuc Champey and the entrance to the caves. On arriving we were bombarded by kids around 8-10 years of age, selling chocolate and beers. "You want chocolate, you buy only from Maria" "My name is Ronaldo, you want beer?" It was really amazing to see all the kids trying to make a living but wow they were quite ...
... tortillas, rice and beans. Breakfast, beans, scrambled egg, tortillas and sweet black coffee.
There were 4 children in our household, they could speak some school English, but the parents could speak no English. So we spoke Spanish, and much to M's delight could converse with the children, who were 2 girls 23 and 20, 2 boys 14 and 9 year old.
... there which too about 20 minutes and was absolutely beautiful! Even that scenery never could have prepared me for the park though. It was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. A rushing river literally going underneath where you are standing to form these picturesque terraced pools. It reminded me a lot of slide rock in Arizona, with natural rock slides and slippery walking. We spent a large amount of ...