An Eye Opening Day 4
Good Day Belgium! Today was a jam packed tour through some of the major fields, monuments, cemeteries, and memorials of Belgium. A good sleep, and a delicious breakfast from last night’s excitement put us right back at the heart of World War I sights. We began in a Cemetery where we learned about the basics
We toured two active volcanos in Masaya today. At the Museum, there were many young girls in long colorful dresses dancing, this was in celebration of Women’s day. We also visited the Mercado for a few hours, and met a few locals
Today we were tourists !
Before the hard work begins, we are allowed to be tourists for the weekend! Today we went to La laguna which was a beautiful resort with many English speaking guests and we got to spent the day enjoying the food, drinks, and view.
There is “Snow” Stopping Us Now–Day 3
The journey getting to day three has been an incredible one. We began the trip with news of snow in Dublin, and our flight was canceled. Don’t feel too bad for us though, because with the help of some wonderful people, we landed a second flight to Warsaw, Poland instead. However, we lost two travelers
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We have WIFI!! – Day 2
Hola! Bienvenidos to our medical mission blog in Nicaragua! We landed safely and got to CEPS late last night, and had no access to wifi.. Sorry for the delay in blog posts. Today we had our orientation to the clinic, and a quick rundown of Nicaragua’s history. Once at the clinic we split into a