Paraiso Rainforest and Beach Hotel
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... jewelry and such like other vendors, but they are known for their coconut bread. Which actually didn’t really taste much like coconut. But the banana pineapple smoothie rocked! Although not as much as Matt’s banana and cocoa smoothie. OMG so good! We hung out in the water for a while and played with the kids. Then 5 of us went on the banana boat and I may or may not have fallen off 4 times. But we ALL fell off 3 times, which was done intentionally, and the one time was ...
... as they normally do because they didn’t want to hurt me J I notice a lot more courtesy here too; it’s standard to greet anyone and everyone, whether you know them or not. Men will almost ALWAYS help a woman carrying something heavy, let them past first, and give up their seats on the bus. Just one of the many things I love about this place.
It was pretty cool to have completed all of the work we needed to do today, especially with such a ...
... be volunteering here this school year.
There were quite a few of us, and only 4 can fit in the cab of Ana’s truck, so
the rest got to ride in the back. This is very common in the states, and so
much fun. I got back to Villa to change for the work day and then we headed out
to Democracia. OMG today was so hot! Like the hottest ever. And we were working
outside the whole day. I had a special role as Wilson and Leo’s gopher girl, so
... were! I also brought them bottles of nail polish, and tomorrow
will bring over the dresses.
Tonight’s activity is the
movie Sin Nombre, about Honduran gangs, and some kids’ fights to get across the
border in search of a better, safer life. Very much based on a true story,
upsetting, violent, graphic, and quite sad Unfortunately this is the reality
than many of my Honduran friends will have to face throughout their ...
... need to make 10 of the castillos by the end of the week, and to complete 3 for today. Our group was so awesome that the finished 6! Which we were told was a record for the volunteer group.
Lunch was brought to us at Democracia, and we had Gallo Pinto!! One of my favorite dishes from Nicaragua! It's really just rice and beans, but muy delicioso! We also had shish kebobs, tortillas and pico de gallo. After lunch, the gringos played soccer against the ...