Archive for the ‘Honduras’ Category


September 24, 2015

P1000508While Kaisha and Raymond ate rice and hot dogs, we were treated to a delicious fried conch meal by Cynthia, the principal’s mom.P1000507



September 24, 2015

P1000674But when Jerlene went fishing we had to choose from very few options at the general store.P1000482


September 24, 2015

We had many wonderful seafood meals prepared by Jerlene and Andrea at this restaurant.P1000690 P1000694


September 24, 2015

The students were intrigued by our computer, so we showed pictures of various trips. The Honduran government actually issued 27 laptop computers to the school, but with no electricity, they sit on a shelf.P1000369


September 23, 2015

This is where we met LD who followed us everywhere and stood by our sandals while we snorkeled.P1000371


September 23, 2015

Brittney, the occupational therapist, decided to teach ballet classes. Up came the little students dressed to dance. Pretty amazing that they could get their hands on tutus way out here!P1000418

Clinic Services

September 23, 2015

They provide desalinated drinking water, which is so desperately needed. People come from all over the island to buy the water they need.20150909_072027P1000487

The Clinic

September 23, 2015

A Christian organization has opened a clinic. Patients can be seen by an Occupational Therapist,P1000363 and a doctor visits twice a month. (View from their roof.)


September 19, 2015

If it’s windy or they catch a small boat, the teachers could get to St. Helene sopping wet!20150909_083308

September 18, 2015

School runs until 11:30 for primary grades. Then the middle grades come at 12:30 for the afternoon. Even though the islanders speak English, school is taught in Spanish. One year ago, the Honduran government changed the law and began training some teachers of English.P1000294