Yat B'alam Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a glimpse of a scarlet macaw I began to really feel the full effect of my hangover, the heat and hunger - three h's I never want to experience together again! Catching a tuc tuc back to the town we went for lunch where I devoured a bottle of water and two puposas in less than a minute! Our afternoon plans were scrapped when the heavens opened and an incredibly electric and loud thunderstorm passed over the hotel. An early morning start led to the 6 hour drive to Antigua, ...
... told us about. The kids really loved it. The balloon animals were a hit once again. We said buy to the family and the people of El Canal and headed back to Hope For Life International. This is our last day working with the family.
After lunch, we went up to the hospital to have devotions with the women. Team member Donna led the devotion "When we are weak we are strong in the Lord". ...
... us that Hope For Life has the kids living in home environment. Eight kids live in one home with their adopted parents.
From the orphanage, we went to a place called the dump. This is where the poorest of the poor live. These people dig through the trash each day looking for materials they can recycle and they actually live at the dump site. There is broken glass, sharp metal and used syringes laying around ...
... enjoyed making the bracelets.
Our next stop was Hope For Life to visit the orphanage. Part of the team played with the kids on the playground and the rest played soccer with the kids. Then it was dinner, devotions with the team and a little refreshment in the pool. Tomorrow our travels will take us back to El Canal. Will see you tomorrow.
The Guatemala ...
... hospital to check on my babies. I first checked on Mynor and discovered that he was still really sick. I ended up staying with him the entire time I and just holding him. He was running a really high fever. It's been almost two weeks since he was first sick. Poor little baby. We tried taking selfies, but he couldn't even muster a smile. He just wanted me to hold him.
After lunch I was photographer for one of the groups taking the tour. I ...