For more than two hours last night around a bonfire, the 14 students, two Washburn faculty/staff and ProNica’s director shared reflection and ideas.
- The Spanish they’re learning and how wake their minds are feeling.
- Thanks to the art school and seed jewlery cooperative we visited: How communities here organize and what that means and
- The value here of making work to sustain yourself and your family when you don’t have formal employment, like 70 percent of Nicaraguans.
- The farm-to-table tour and meal at the organic coffee farm of less than nine acres.
- And so much more.
Today, those observations are sure to continue as we journey to Esteli and tomorrow to the rural community of El Limon for our family stay.