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"The Wifi won't work", "My water is warm", "I'm sweating a lot right now". These expressions used to show discomfort wouldn't even run through the head of one of the Quinchos. As we rode away from the kids today, I looked through the back window of our bus to see all of the children waving a sad goodbye as we left them for the final time. Today's beach trip was a highlight of the trip if not the best part altogether. While we dove into waves with the children riding on our backs, and as the children hunted for shells in the sand, it became clear that our trip was about to come to a close. During our weeklong trip, there were ups and downs, and along with these came some complaints and inversely lots of happy moments. As we left the beach today, we came to the realization that our complaints were not even comparable to the discomforts that the Quinchos have felt in their lives. This past week has definitely been a life changing expirience. I didnt realize how strong of a connection I made with the kids until we finally left the beach. Once saying goodbye I found myself in tears. However, those tears were connected to the fun soccer games, laughs, and jokes made and shared during the week. It was both an empowering but yet humbling expirience. I definitely would want to comeback to los Quinchos again and also just to explore Nicaragua and Central America becuase it has so much to offer. I know that the next time I read a newspaper article or hear a news report involving human rights, I will now see it in a different light. This trip helped me to realize that everybody is human and therefore connected in someway. When you become vulnerable and open yourself up to others, you can create a bond with someone who may be completely different than you. This is the most important thing I've learned during this trip.

EJ and Nicky
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Salir de Nicaragua

EJ and Nicky,Nicaragua Collegiate

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Salir de Nicaragua “The Wifi won’t work”, “My water is warm”, “I’m sweating a lot right now”. These expressions used to show discomfort wouldn’t even run through the head of one of the Quinchos. As we rode away from the kids today, I looked through the back window of our bus to see all of […]

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06/15/15

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EJ and Nicky

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    [post_content] => We had a really neat time in Granada. We learned a lot about the city using the amazing churches and monuments. It was a great adventure with great people. And we could not have made it here without our amazing instructors. Finding the gym was also very, very cool.
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Granada is cool

Ben, EJ, Latane, AB,Nicaragua Collegiate

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We had a really neat time in Granada. We learned a lot about the city using the amazing churches and monuments. It was a great adventure with great people. And we could not have made it here without our amazing instructors. Finding the gym was also very, very cool.

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06/13/15

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Ben, EJ, Latane, AB

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Estamos en el ciber cafe en Granada, Nicaragua. Hoy es nuestra primero dia en granada, el cuidad mas viejo de todo el oeste del mundo. Granada es muy diferente de San Marcos, donde viven los quinchos. Estamos alegres para ir a la playa manana con los quinchos. No queremos salir a Nicaragua porque fue fantastico y un experiencia incredible. Tambien nos ecantan los ninos de la finca y las yahoskas.

¡Gracias!
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Granada Hunt

Mythili Vigneshwar,Nicaragua Collegiate

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Hola Estamos en el ciber cafe en Granada, Nicaragua. Hoy es nuestra primero dia en granada, el cuidad mas viejo de todo el oeste del mundo. Granada es muy diferente de San Marcos, donde viven los quinchos. Estamos alegres para ir a la playa manana con los quinchos. No queremos salir a Nicaragua porque fue […]

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06/13/15

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Mythili Vigneshwar

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Hola

Henry, Kirby, Chelsea, and Luis,Nicaragua Collegiate

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Hola from Cyber Space!

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06/13/15

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Henry, Kirby, Chelsea, and Luis

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    [post_content] => The Real Football

Today we brought the kids the only thing that could cause a greater amount of excitement than our presence itself: soccer balls. We visited the boys side, and when they realized what we had brought, their exuberance was overflowing. The kids quickly separated us all into three teams mixed of Los Quinchos and us, and the games began.
The kids could not have looked more in their element, as the rest of us ran up and down the field, trying to keep up with the Quinchos who seemed to have an endless amount of energy. While my team may not have scored for any of our three games, playing soccer with those kids was an incredibly powerful experience, and I really felt like it was the most I had connected with the kids so far on the trip. They took me in as their teammate even though my best shot attempt ended up somewhere between 20 and 30 feet above the goal, and it really meant a lot to me. We may not be able to completely communicate with words all the time but being able to connect through our common love for sports and soccer brought us all closer today in a way I will never forget. Hopefully they can teach me some moves, so next time I'm some use to my teammates on the field.
-Ben Greer

"¿Barca o Madrid?"
"Prefiero Barca, pero mi equipo favorito es Manchester United."

With my minimal Spanish abilty, some conversations whith Los Quinchos can be difficult. However, talking with the kids about football, our favorite teams, and our favorite players, provided an opportinity to communicate and bond with the children. Today I created a lot of relationships through soccer, both through conversation and on the field.

When we were playing, I immediately noticed a carefree attitude from the kids. Unlike in the States, where sports are generally accompanied with competitiveness and seriousness, Los Quinchos always played with smiles on their faces, and never argued with each other. This was great for me to witness, because it taught me to appreciate my ability to play soccer everyday. While I have multiple soccer balls, and three good pairs of Nike Soccer cleats, the kids didn't have a good ball until we brought them some.

Today's time with Los Quinchos showed me that soccer can bring people together, even with a language barrier.

-Dalton Ruh
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The Real Footbal

Ben G and Dalton "R,Nicaragua Collegiate

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The Real Football Today we brought the kids the only thing that could cause a greater amount of excitement than our presence itself: soccer balls. We visited the boys side, and when they realized what we had brought, their exuberance was overflowing. The kids quickly separated us all into three teams mixed of Los Quinchos […]

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06/13/15

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Ben G and Dalton "R

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    [post_content] => This trip is all about immersion and learning from the culture of Nicaragua. The person that embraces this the most is not a student, but one of our instructors, Mitch. He graduated from Providence College and might attend MIT for graduate school in the Fall. With all of his education, he could be making huge amounts of money at some corporate job but instead he chooses to live on an active volcano in the middle of Lake Nicaragua, directing a sustainable farm. He has been here long enough to appreciate the small things such as random well in the middle of the country that provided him the best water he had ever tasted. Mitch encouraged us to travel the world while we are still young, which this trip has inspired all of us to do.
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The path less traveled

Henry C,Nicaragua Collegiate

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This trip is all about immersion and learning from the culture of Nicaragua. The person that embraces this the most is not a student, but one of our instructors, Mitch. He graduated from Providence College and might attend MIT for graduate school in the Fall. With all of his education, he could be making huge […]

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06/12/15

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Henry C

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    [post_content] => The last of our meetings today was based around the idea of "need".  The point of the meeting was to discuss our needs, the needs of Los Quinchos, and how our needs compare to theirs.  After much discussion, we concluded that we all have needs in the emotional sense and that Los Quinchos also are/were faced with the need to survive.  After coming to this conclusion, we decided that it would be important for us to make our needs known to Los Quinchos so that they don't think we are any better than they are.  This openness of our needs demonstrates the idea of vulnerability or the willingness to be open about sensitive sides of your life.  Overall, the theme of vulnerability manifested itself throughout the entire day.  There were multiple occasions in which members of our group opened up about their needs and struggles.  Their vulnerabulity brought us closer together.

Kirby K.
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Same Same but Different

Kirby K.,Nicaragua Collegiate

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The last of our meetings today was based around the idea of “need”.  The point of the meeting was to discuss our needs, the needs of Los Quinchos, and how our needs compare to theirs.  After much discussion, we concluded that we all have needs in the emotional sense and that Los Quinchos also are/were […]

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06/9/15

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Kirby K.

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    [post_content] => When we arrived in the airport and once we loaded up all our stuff on the bus, I really enjoyed the bus ride to Laguna de Apoyo.  Seeing the malnourished animals on the road and the broken down housing  made me sad at first, but also forced me to appreciate what I do have. I am really fortunate that I get to experience a culture that is so different from my own in the United States and excited to be experiencing a brand new culture for the next week.

Once we arrived at Laguna de Apoyo, I was struck by the natural beauty of the mountains, vegetation, and the volcano crater.  The mineral water was awesome to swim in and everyone seems so hospitable.
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The Arrival

aaron,Nicaragua Collegiate

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When we arrived in the airport and once we loaded up all our stuff on the bus, I really enjoyed the bus ride to Laguna de Apoyo.  Seeing the malnourished animals on the road and the broken down housing  made me sad at first, but also forced me to appreciate what I do have. I […]

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06/8/15

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aaron

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    [post_content] => My school has come to Nicaragua to work with Los Quinchos, and from the short car ride, I can already see the importance of this program in the country.  We have done the research and heard what they do, but listening to a man who has dedicated almost 30 years of his life to the program, put more of these problems in perspective.  Carlos made the important point of saying our care and confidence in the children are far more beneficial than simply giving them money.  After listenting to our speaker, I think our group understands the magnamity of the problem for Nicaraguan children.  Our short trip cannot form permanent solutions but can provide us with a sense of awareness to create more permanent solutions.
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A new perspective

Mythili V.,Nicaragua Collegiate

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My school has come to Nicaragua to work with Los Quinchos, and from the short car ride, I can already see the importance of this program in the country.  We have done the research and heard what they do, but listening to a man who has dedicated almost 30 years of his life to the […]

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06/8/15

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Mythili V.

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Best regards,

Dragons Admin team
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Collegiate group arrived safely

Simon Hart,Nicaragua Collegiate

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The Collegiate students have arrived safe and sound and are all settled into their beds for the night. Here is a photo from the international airport in Nicaragua. Stay tuned for further updates!   Best regards, Dragons Admin team

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06/7/15

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Simon Hart

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