When you live with a local family, which I have done many times in Latin America, the experiences are always varied–that’s what makes it so fun. The school I was attending, Ixbalanque Spanish School set up the family stay.
Trini, the maid that worked at the house where I was staying, was a very nice person. She had a very cute little girl about 2 years old that stayed with her while she worked. The little girl always seemed to be curious about the stranger(me) that always came to the meals.
Here is a photo of Trini and her daughter:
Trini had told me that she only had 4 photos of her little girl, so with Trini’s permission, I spent some time taking photos of her daughter and took them to a little photo store to get developed. Yes, even in the small town of Copan Ruinas, Honduras there is a way to get photos printed.
Here are some cute photos of her daughter.
I gave Trini 12 different photos, so in the end she had a total of 16 photos of her daughter when I left Honduras.