Yat B'alam Boutique Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... numerosi pappagalli (un grosso simbolo della cultura Maya) e anche delle guardie armate che ci ricordano che l’ Honduras e’ il paese piu pericoloso dell’america centrale.
Il giorno dopo prendiamo un altro bus alle 5 di mattina in direzione Tegucigalpa (capitale del Honduras) attraversando San Pedro Sula (che detiene il titolo di citta’ piu’ pericolosa del ...
... kids in the HoL sponsorship program, and it was REALLY cool to see the program in action, to see the follow up, to know that what you send actually goes to the child you sponsor. When the bus pulled up, a crowd of mothers and children was waiting for us, because they'd already spread the word that both our team was coming and there would be sponsorship distribution. Those in the sponsor program crowded around the two volunteers so tightly I couldn't even get in ...
... was rice, mixed veggies, stewed chicken that had a BBQ flavor, and the coconut milk drink. The chicken was really good!
After lunch we had time for a swim in the pool before heading down to Kelly's house (the special needs children's home). Today I discovered Elbie, a very cute little toddler, who was all smiles when I picked him up, then he scrunched himself up so he was curled into a ball and snuggled against my chest; when ...
... we finally discovered cucos! All of the long term volunteers here keep walking around eating them and telling us how amazing they are. They are basically a fresh fruit popsicle in a sandwich bag, and you bite the corner off the bag and eat it. They are amazing! For 40 cents, we were very happy campers! A woman who lives here on campus makes them (with purified water). We all agreed we needed to have at ...
... time and help. We were blessed with some cloud coverage, though it was 82% humidity and the high was supposed to be 91. So it was very hot and we were working very hard, and those clouds really helped. While we were there we heard that another group was having a pizza party with the orphanage kids tonight, which got the WCA kids talking about the foods they miss from home.
Hugo told us we'd have an easy afternoon, so when we left ...