Sunday in Honduras is our one day off “work”.
We get to sleep in, go to church, go to the Valley of the Angels and other spots for sight seeing, and hang out with our Honduran family. Our group that helps us while we’re over there has become more than friends, and it’s so good to see them but so sad to leave.
After eating lunch in the Valley of the Angels, we took a short trip to Santa Lucia, which has one of the oldest churches in Honduras.
This summer, our trip was right in the middle of their rainy season, so we got caught in the middle of a few big storms. You can tell one was headed our way in Santa Lucia, but it didn’t stop us from getting some good pictures.
The views are breathtaking and hard to capture on camera.
This was our group this year. 10 of us from the States and our adopted Honduras family. I don’t know how we would do these trips without them. They’re more than just drivers and hard workers – they bring us joy and smiles when days are rough and they give the best hugs you’ve ever had.
We miss all of them, every day.
But we also know that they’re waiting for us to come back, and they make sure to tell us!
This is my last recap post from Honduras.
Took long enough, huh?
These trips are hard to put into words, and I want to make sure I take enough time to digest everything.
Thank you for all the notes and emails about the trip! They mean so much to us, and we’re extremely happy to share about our travels, the trip, and all the details we can offer.
If you’re interested in learning more about Jovenes or our trips, don’t hesistate to leave a comment or email me! I’d love to talk to you.