Monthly Archives: July 2010

Day Eight: Monday

I’m writing this final post regarding my trip to Honduras about two weeks after my return to the States. Our final full day in Honduras was on a Monday, and unfortunately I didn’t have the time or the energy to … Continue reading

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Day Seven In Honduras

Sunday morning we woke up and headed to Casa de Esperanza, an orphanage in Santa Ana where Ashley used to work. We attended church with the children and worshiped in Spanish. After church we had about an hour to kill … Continue reading

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Hondo Day Five

Time moves differently in Honduras. We’ve only been here for four and a half days, but it seems so much longer than that. I just asked Mike what we did on Wednesday, which was only two days ago and it … Continue reading

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A Rainy Saturday in Honduras

Note: This is an excerpt from my journal that I kept during my trip to Honduras a few weeks ago. I’ve tried to edit/add to some of my original thoughts because I didn’t have the time to write them out … Continue reading

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Day Four: Building Day

Our team had the opportunity to build two houses today in a small village located just outside the city dump. Many of the people in this villages formerly lived at the actual dump, until the mayor gave them a plot … Continue reading

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Honduras: Day Three

It took me a second to remember what we actually did today and I don’t know what that means. Today seemed extremely long, and I’m not sure why. It might be because we started working at like nine and didn’t … Continue reading

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Hondo: Day Two

Here are some of my thoughts from day two of my trip to Honduras. So, day two has pretty much come to a close and it is feels good to sit and relax. Today was a good day. We had … Continue reading

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