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Stranger in a Strange Land Newsletter: July 2009

In his Stranger in a Strange Land Newsletter: July 2009, Eli Gerzon talks about the Worldschool Travels tour of Japan in November which will include a group of five homeschooler/unschoolers/worldschoolers from around the country. He had a vision of a bird or phoenix coming out of a shell last year now he’s out of that shell, in his new skin, and trying to shine his light through his Tweets on Twitter, on Facebook, and on his blog here.

Snorkeling around Utila, Honduras

I’m now writing from a hostel in Leon, Nicaragua. I had a hell of a time getting here but I now understand why people like Nicaragua so much: things are cheap and the people are very friendly, helpful, and ready to joke around. I was on Utila in the Bay Islands of Honduras for about […]

First week in Honduras: San Pedro Sula, Tela, and Utila

Eli Gerzon writes about his first day in Honduras in San Pedro Sula, Tela on the Caribbean coast, and Utila on the Bay Islands. He visits the Guamilito Market, eats baleadas, and sees women make tortillas. He stay at Los Molinos B&B, a cheap hotel in San Pedro Sula down the street from the “very American” City Mall.