Kathryn's Peace Corps Adventure

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Saturday, October 29, 2005

ice, ice, baby

It is freakin´chilly in Santa Lucia! The weather right now is really fall like weather-which in any other circumstance I would love-but I left all my cute fall jackets in Chicago thinking (foolishly) that it would be steaming hot in Honduras. At night, I wear long socks, pj pants, 2 shirts and a fleece and sleep with 3 blankets. It´s not ice cold-it´s just that the cold air comes in through the doors and windows and it can hit you at 2 a.m.!
This week has been more intense than others. Like I mentioned, I had my Spanish interview, I had my tech interview with my project manager, I had to write a Halloween story for Spanish, and I had to give a 20 min. talk in Spanish for YD! We were also expected to dress up for Halloween, which isn´t even a Honduran custom!
Don´t get me wrong I´m as happy as a clam but it can get crazy with all the stuff that we have to do.


  • At 2:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Just pretend you're back at home in your bed. The temperature is just about the same....


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