March 15th - 31st
Kiri deLaubenfels
Tyler Chorley, Jonathan Astry, Hannah Julien
Nuestra vida diaria en Venezuela
Plaza de toros de Mérida
Nuestro viaje en teleférico
Curando a un perro callejero
Various places we've visited
Daniel Ryan
Kiri deLaubenfels
Manifestation in Plaza Mayor, Salamanca Real Madrid game Palacio Real in Madrid
Cathedral in Salamanca
Tyler, Jon, Hannah
Nuestra vida diaria en Venezuela
Retrato de Familia Jon walking down our street in a typical neighborhood of Mérida.
A classroom in our school
American and Venezuelan students hanging out during an activity night at our school. Tyler and Hannah with David, their Venezuelan brother-in-Law (and he's wearing a GAC t-shirt they gave him)
Plaza de toros de Mérida
Jon outside the Plaza de Toros in Mérida, Venezuela.
Plaza de Toros in Mérida, Venezuela
Nuestro viaje en teleférico
Tyler, Hannah y Jon en un carro del Teleférico Vista de las montañas desde el Teleférico Una estación del Teleférico
Vista de un poste del Teleférico Jon, Tyler, Hannah, and Erin (from the U of M), on their way to another beach called Chuao.
Tyler, Hannah, y Jon en una duna en Coro, Venezuela
Curando a un perro callejero
Scruffy, the neighborhood dog, receiving medical attention. Defensa Animal helping gusties care for an injured dog. Tyler with Scruffy (or Luigi, Lobo, or Pinto.)
Various places we've visited
This is a picture of a strange mountain on the peninsula of Paraguana, where the sand dunes are. The whole peninsula is absolutely flat, except for one strange mountain in the middle and no one is sure why it got there. This is a picture of a little creek that goes through the beach town we go to and empties into the ocean. They use these little boats to get around and to take people from beach to beach. The creek runs through the mountains, and the people who live there, use it as their major source of water for drinking, bathing and washing clothes. High in the mountains, the creek looks a little cleaner! This picture is of a group of children in a mountain village called Gavidia. Tyler and a few of the girls in our program are standing behind the children. They thought we were pretty weird, but enjoyed it when we gave them a bag of Cheetos.
El pabellón criollo, plato tipico de Mérida, Venezuela This picture is of me, Hannah, and our friend, Carlos, dancing salsa. Our school had lessons for us to learn the three most popular dances here, Salsa, Merengue and Tambores, the typical dance associated with the coast of Venezuela.
Daniel Ryan
Spain before the peace protests started.
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