In La Ceiba we had the biggest group we've taught so far. We had 22 graduates, and about 40 people were at each class. I don't like speaking in front of a ton of people, but on the first day we taught there we had a microphone. I don't know why, but for some reason I really liked talking to a big group when I had the microphone; it made me less nervous.
Our last city was Santa Rosa de Copan. On our second day there we decided to go get a snack down the street. We ate, then got liquados and decided to drink them in the park that was a few blocks away. While walking there we noticed that something seemed to be going on, as people were lining the street and buying pinwheels that people were selling. We finally asked someone about it, and found out that a parade was supposed to have started at 9am (it was noon by then). We waited about ten more minutes, and a parade came along! Our timing was pretty good so that we were able to see the parade, but not be waiting around all day.
|This was my favorite float. K described these dancers well as "ninja mimes."|