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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... more). When we had finished filling their bowls, we handed each of them a piece of candy. The kids all got a kick out of my hair when Hugo told them how long it was, and I was obliged to show them my braid; they ooh'd and aah'd, and it was really cute. The clothes on these kids were dirty, torn and ragged, and the kids had dirt on their faces, arms and legs. But they were absolutely adorable!
From there we went back to the HoL campus, where we split ...
... it past his tongue, so it's a very long process. There were two other babies who ate like this in this room, so we were astounded to learn the nanny can feed all 8 kids in the room in 1 1/2 hours. Seeing how the nanny at the hospital handled the 12 babies she cares for, and watching Elbie's nanny start feeding 2 kids at a time side by side in a crib, I can see how she could do it, knowing the kids as she does. The great part of this was that ...
... full array of color in the green color palette. We were feeling pretty good about getting our pile of dirt down to almost nothing, and here comes a Caterpillar dump truck that dropped 5 more loads of dirt! At that point we started joking with the foreman on site, "no mas, no mas!" He got a kick out of that; he was also very gracious and told us to do what we could, "Do all you can do and that's OK." Our job wasn't to finish the pile, it was to put ...
... fried plantains! From there we went down to Kelly's House, where the special needs kids are. It was only 8 am, so they needed help feeding, bathing, and clothing the kids for the day. The whole team jumped right in, everyone lending a hand wherever we were needed. The boys played with some of the kids outside, Noah pulled out his guitar and one little boy just laughed and danced all over the place. They also set up a bubble machine, and the kids got ...
... watching him try to braid it, and then needing help to finish the end. It was pretty funny.
Our first stop of the day was about 45 minutes away, in the village of El Mitch, where 76 families live. They used to live by the river, until 1998, when the river flooded and they were told to evacuate. Many families ignored the order only to wake up in the middle of the night with water up to their waists. They were moved to a refugee-like camp for 7 ...