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    [post_content] => Dear Families and Friends,

The students boarded their international flight this morning without complications. They are now in route back to the States. Buen viaje a todos!

Dragons
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Students in the air!

Aaron Slosberg,Central America Semester, Spring 2014

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Dear Families and Friends, The students boarded their international flight this morning without complications. They are now in route back to the States. Buen viaje a todos! Dragons

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05/12/14

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Aaron Slosberg

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After our three months in Central America here are some things we want you to know:

1. We might need a break from beans, tortillas, and EGGS!
2. Allow us to share our experiences with you on our own time.
3. Reverse culture shock is real. It will take some time for us to get used to being home
4. We are really excited about food...prepare yourselves!
5. We are looking forward to putting toilet paper in the toilet.
6. Don't be weirded out if we talk about poop more.
7. We can salsa now...sort of.

We're going to miss our group, we've been through a lot in the past three months and we've come to be used to 10 other people being around all the time. Thanks to everyone back home for making this possible. And a special thanks to everyone we've met along the way, especially Matt, Dhyana, and Chris.

Love,
Los Dragones
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Hasta Pronto: a message to home

los dragones,Central America Semester, Spring 2014

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Hey outside world, After our three months in Central America here are some things we want you to know: 1. We might need a break from beans, tortillas, and EGGS! 2. Allow us to share our experiences with you on our own time. 3. Reverse culture shock is real. It will take some time for […]

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05/11/14

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los dragones

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The world is small, and it is only becoming smaller. But, at whose expense?
Surely not ours, those of us from the United States, whose culture grips into even the most alien terrain with amazing perseverance, sinking deep roots in its soil.
This past week, I had the opportunity to share the home of a rural Mayan family. The mother of the home, while familiar with a few Spanish phrases, spoke mainly in Ixil, the indigenous language of her community. Our interactions were a bit clumsy, a slow process of gestures and expressions. Her three young children often acted as translator, all bilingual in Ixil and Spanish. I spent a whole evening with them, the two older girls pulling me back and forth between a mixture of games, chatter, and dance competitions.
Amidst a sprawling pile of recycled papers, the girls and I doodled flowers, played a game of bottle caps, and fondly made fun of their adorable four-year-old brother. At times I felt as though I was playing with my younger cousins. Time passed comfortably and quickly.
However, what I noticed about this home stay and within the other Mayan communities that we have passed through, was not the unfamiliarities of the culture, but the random instances of recognition. The moments of glancing at the floor and spotting a magazine page advertising the newest I-phone, or realizing that a young girl's traditional Mayan wrap-skirt is paired with a Cinderella T-shirt. Within my most recent home-stay a few of the posters lining the walls held english lettering. And that after one of the Mayan ceremonies we witnessed, the T-shirt and jeans-donning shaman walked off chattering away on his cellphone.
While these recognitions aren't bad per-se, the juxtaposition has sat in my stomach for some time, and I still am not sure how to process it. As a traveler, I value the intersection of cultures, and I realize that these occurrences are just different manifestations of cultural intersections.Yet, when I find that my culture has preceded me even in the more remote places on the globe, and not necessarily the parts of my culture that I hold fondness for--I find myself faced with a complicated mixture of reactive emotions, including guilt.
The world is becoming smaller. It is easier now than ever before to communicate with others all over the globe. Borders and distance have lost some of their significance. But for communication to open up as it has, it requires everyone to fall back upon the acquisition of globally popular languages, English being the main offender, and perhaps adopting qualities of a universal culture, which has heavily drawn upon music, film et cetera from the United States. As an American English-speaking person, that is great for me, as it allows me to travel with greater ease and talk with those from very different backgrounds from mine. But, what about those whose languages are those only spoken within very small pockets of the Earth, and with drastically different culture?
In regards to the smaller community of Cotzal, plugging into the local economy is easier with the knowledge of Spanish. Thus, while many of the older women and men of the community exclusively speak Ixil, the younger generation is bilingual. In thirty or forty years, when the older generation passes, how will that community be affected? The language will likely begin to die out. Not immediately, but it is possible that the amount of Ixil speakers will decrease year to year. Cotzal will be more integrated into the Spanish-speaking world of Latin America, but at the expense of a rich cultural heritage. Many Mayan traditions have already been lost. In some Mayan communities, the traditional garb for men has been exchanged for knock-off Abercrombie polos and faded jeans.  Their current clothing is more modern, more American, but much less interesting and unique.
I have no definitive statements to make on the matter, and can only throw out what I have seen. I can say, however, that the continuing globalization of the Earth will definitely change the way future generations interact, perhaps for better, perhaps for worse, but for sure with a great intensity.
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That Looks Familiar; On Globalization

Katie Watson,Central America Semester, Spring 2014

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The world is small, and it is only becoming smaller. But, at whose expense? Surely not ours, those of us from the United States, whose culture grips into even the most alien terrain with amazing perseverance, sinking deep roots in its soil. This past week, I had the opportunity to share the home of a […]

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05/5/14

Author

Katie Watson

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Dear friends and family, The past four days we have spent trekking in the Guatemalan highlands from Todos Santos to Acul in Quiche province. Our Central America semester began with a 3 day walk in the mountains of Nicaragua, so as we enter the last weeks of our journey, it was refreshing to slow down once again to a walking pace. The walk reminded me of a speech by Nipun Mehta on the value of walking--one we read as a group months ago. Here is a small part of the speech with a few photos from our most recent trek: "When you walk, you quite literally see more. Your field of vision is nearly 180 degrees, compared to 40 degrees when you’re traveling at 62 mph. Higher speeds smudge our peripheral vision, whereas walking actually broadens your canvas and dramatically shifts the objects of your attention...Life around us came alive in a new way. A walking pace is the speed of community. Where high speeds facilitate separation, a slower pace gifts us an opportunity to commune." [post_title] => A walk in the Guatemalan Highlands [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => walk-guatemalan-highlands [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2016-02-03 10:21:34 [post_modified_gmt] => 2016-02-03 17:21:34 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://wheretherebedragons.com/?p=100217 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [categories] => Array ( [0] => WP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 184 [name] => Central America Semester, Spring 2014 [slug] => central-america-semester-spring-2014 [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 184 [taxonomy] => category [description] => [parent] => 238 [count] => 90 [filter] => raw [term_order] => 9.1 [cat_ID] => 184 [category_count] => 90 [category_description] => [cat_name] => Central America Semester, Spring 2014 [category_nicename] => central-america-semester-spring-2014 [category_parent] => 238 [link] => https://my.wheretherebedragons.com/category/spring-2014/central-america-semester-spring-2014/ ) ) [category_links] => Central America Semester, Spring 2014 )
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A walk in the Guatemalan Highlands

Matt Kostakis,Central America Semester, Spring 2014

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Dear friends and family, The past four days we have spent trekking in the Guatemalan highlands from Todos Santos to Acul in Quiche province. Our Central America semester began with a 3 day walk in the mountains of Nicaragua, so as we enter the last weeks of our journey, it was refreshing to slow down […]

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04/29/14

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Matt Kostakis

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Photo’s of everyone (one by one)((continued))

Benjamin Fleming,Picture of the Week, Central America Semester, Spring 2014

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Ben (May need to rotate this one)

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Benjamin Fleming

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