Day 4: Sylvia’s Reflections

On our way to Los Cocos that morning, the van was stopped due to a worrisome sight. There was a young girl, probably around the age of 3, she was crying and it appeared as if she was lost. Cristina and Yocasta jumped out of the vehicle in order to help the young girl. There … Continue reading

meet Sylvia.

When I first found out that I would be going on this trip, I sat down for the first few minutes in disbelief. This opportunity does not come around often and I am beyond words at this point. The more and more we talk about the trip in class and how we get to work … Continue reading

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