Las piscinas, the pools. I told a friend I was going to Honduras. Her reply “be prepared to sweat”. Sweat is a constant varying degree here. I sweat; when I am holding still, more when I’m walking. I even sweat when I am in the shower. It’s hot here and constantly muggy, even the rain […]Read More Las Piscinas
When visiting a foreign country it’s easy to get swept off your feet by the all the changes. I wanted to take the time and convey to all of you some of this culture shock. Especially before it becomes a common place and every day-to-day. So here’s a few things I’ve noticed since day 1. […]Read More Things I’ve noticed my first week in Honduras
In less than a week I will embark on one of the greatest adventures of my life. August 12th I will board a jet plane and head down to San Pedro Sula, Honduras for 3 months. I am going to teach the English-language to people in foreign countries. My visa will run out in November. […]Read More The Great Adventure
Living close to Mt. Spokane most of my life, I have always enjoyed hiking up to the old fire-lookout. My Aunt stayed the night up their years ago. When looking into staying overnight at the Quartz mt. lookout I was alarmed at the price, $185 buckaroos! Wow! Last year I started to really try […]Read More The fire-lookout trip.