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MAKING A DOCUMENTARY: HONDURAS
Honduras was different and I knew it was going to be different from the moment I signed onto this project. There is only one main road that gets you from San Pedro Sula to Tela, and It was already dark outside. I was in a country who’s primary language was Spanish, and my Spanish vocabulary consists of "Hola, como estas, muy bien, gracias”. (I took sign language in high school). This was going to be an unforgettable trip.
This was probably the most fun I have had in a while, and I’m talking about that feel-good kind of fun that you’ll never forget. I spent Thursday afternoon scuba diving at Ginnie Springs, FL. The first night we had a fire going, grilled, played volleyball, beersbee, corn hole, and drank (don’t worry mom your 20-year-old did not consume any alcohol). There were a couple of wild moments but we all got our asses up at 7 am on Friday to complete our final two dives, and luckily Allen had gotten us through most of the skills so we only had one more left to complete.