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September 6th 2008
Published: September 6th 2008EDIT THIS ENTRY


Sorry it has been a while since I wrote, but the internet at the school has been broken all week. I am at an internet cafe now and the internet is really slow, so I am only going to write a little.

I promise I will post pictures as soon as the intenet at the school works.

I am glad to see that so many people are reading this. Hello Brian and Kelly, Uncle Kurt, Uncle Mark, Uncle Dave, Vicky, and anyone else.

I just wanted to let everyone know that I am okay and school is going well. I am starting to figure out the tough class a little. I am not the only one having problems with them. All the teachers are having problems. The rest of my classes are great though.

Isaac I wanted to answer the questions you wrote in your email, but I closed it and I do not want to take the time to get it back. I will answer them next time.

Kurt, you can come down whenever you want. Let me know how long you want to come for. Maybe we can plan it around a long weekend for me and travel around a little. That goes for everyone else too. I do have a lot of free time during the week also so if anyone wants to come down while I am working that would be fine too.

I am able to get all my planning and grading done at school during my free blocks, so I am done at two everyday. I may pick up some tutoring a couple days a week to make a little extra money though.

The trip to La Ceiba was good. We mostly wanted to see how the bus worked. We went to a place near La Ceiba called Sambo Creek. It is a Garifuna village. The Garifuna are the black people here. Everyone there was really nice and I played soccer with a bunch of people. I held my own and even scored a goal. I have pictures too.

Keep commenting on the blog with questions, and let me know what is happening in the States. I like to read what is going on. Ill try to write early next week and post some pictures. Right now I have to go. A bunch of us are making Sopa de Caracol(Conch Soup) for dinner.

Talk to you all later, and keep passing the blog on to anyone that is interested.

Buenas Noches, Farley


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