He’s at it again. The group is out and about, exploring Granada and Wyatt is sleeping back at the hostel.
“You sleep more than anyone else here,” Katy told him this afternoon. It’s true. But, Wyatt said, it’s because “I spend so much time trying to fall asleep.”
Wyatt knows he functions best with a lot of sleep and he takes the opportunity to get more sleep when it presents itself. That could be in a hostel hammock in Matagalpa for 20 minutes before dinner, or for a few hours in Granada.
When he wakes up, the third-year biology major from Osage City, Kan. will be ready for whatever comes next.
Wyatt is a Bonner Leader at Washburn who works with children at an after school program at Oakland Elementary with Tara. He plans to work as a wildlife biologist.