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... sinking feeling knowing there is always the possibility I might not see some of these people again, for whatever reason.
Leo showed up first, and even before I saw him, the tears started. As I hugged Marco, Wilson, Black, and Rene (who wiped my tears from my cheeks), I realized how lucky I was to have gotten to spend so much them and really get to know them this summer. I truly enjoyed working on the site with them, picking up their dropped pencils, hammering ...
... to Villa Soleada is one of my favorite parts of the trip. This summer, along with school supplies, I have also collected soccer cleats, jerseys, and shin pads, for the many Honduran children who thrive on being on the soccer fields. And I am super-stoked to again have beautiful handmade dresses for the little girls in ...
... course, look up the Montauk Projects at Camp Hero, we visited there and it was proper creepy. There's all theses conspiracies surrounding Camp Hero about it being used by the Government as a site for parapsychological experiments! It's crazy what you end up reading about, but it's really interesting because all of the buildings have now been filled in with concrete!! CRAZY!
We then went to the beach, and I cannot remember the last time I went in the ...
... t supposed to tie our tubes together but we wanted to stay together so we sneakily did it. Towards the end we had to cut the ropes as the weight of us all made us even slower! At one point some ******** was hitting golf balls at us. We yelled at him but he just kept going until his wife came and told him off! We later found out that apparently the group before us had been heckling him. At the end of the course we had a BBQ. Unfortunately a few of our group got ...
... we would not walk with our backpacks back to BSI, well I decided. It was better to catch the bus which was close by. We didn’t have to wait long before our bus arrived, and when we got to BSI terminal the transition to the bus that took you to the airport was easy. We checked in, got our tax back on our Icelandic products, and got some food as we both we had to pay for inflight food. While waiting for to board, I thought I would discuss with Subash our plans for the next leg of ...