Trenton and I recently went on a trip to Honduras. We flew into Tegucigalpa then took a bus to San Marcos, where we were based out of for the week. We were traveling with Trenton’s grandparents, David and Lavon, who used to do non for profit work in a local mission. The mission, where we stayed at, runs a network of private schools, food kitchens, and community groups, which are sponsored by Americans.
Our first day was spent exploring the town and visiting a local community group. The following day, we visited the private school the missions funds. The school has over a thousand children (consisting of students who are sponsored by Americans), and every week they perform a show for the Americans that visit. Below are some pictures of the pre schoolers in their traditional Honduran clothes.
Trenton’s grandmother helped design the uniforms that the students wear.
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