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... ran a yoga session, much to the national volunteer's amusement. Everyone joined in and I had to translate the spiritual advice Jay was giving. One mistake meant I had told the Hondurans they had to 'thank university' rather than the universe. Woops.
We have to be back at our houses by 6 as it starts to get dark quickly around then. Noel and I both braved the trauma of having a shower when we got back. I don't know whether I have mentioned yet the ...
... living. Tony used the analogy of motivation being like a spark in need of kindling. Luis has the spark and Tony provided the kindling. Or maybe Tony prepared the kindling and it was on Luis to provide the spark. Either way, with more fuel and a continuous flame, Luis could be cutting Tony's hair in no time!
The family at Zion's Gate was a blessing to us. Take a few minutes to read more about what happens there by Googling "Zion's Gate Tegucigalpa". ...
... hammered by about 9am) who mumbled some
incomprehensible drunken dialect repeatedly , despite me constantly telling him
I couldn’t understand a word he was saying – where is my mp3 player when you
Anyway I got to another town, and after speaking with about
5 more locals for directions (cheers Lonely Planet) I eventually walked the
practically 90 degree hill for 3km until I reached the park entrance. The park
itself was a little ...
This past weekend in Tegucigalpa was the last weekend for three of the volunteers here. The two boys decided to travel to the Copan ruins, but Kaitlyn, Becca and I decided to spend one final day as volunteers at the Marriott pool and then to a typical Honduran dinner at one of the most famous restaurants in the city! The restaurant was called El Patio and ...
... famous were shut so after a quick look around we spent most of our time in a restaurant playing cards. If any of us regretted overnighting here more than the rest of us it was Cori who sadly left her phone in the room. She and Tasha went back the following day to look for it but sadly to no avail.