"We went to a few of the boys homes. One was a farm with all kinds of animals. Most of the homes were made of concrete and had no power. It was also very common to have at least 5 or more people living in a very small space. You can tell that family is important here and that they take care of each other. A lot of children live with extended family members or older siblings. It’s common for girls to get pregnant very young and for boys to not participate in raising the child. Also, domestic abuse is extremely common so women will move in with family members to escape the abuse. I’m still processing everything I saw. We then went to Poneloya Beach and had lunch. The restaurant catches all of their seafood and prepares it fresh. I had lobster, shrimp, rice, salsa, plantains and a drink for a whopping…..12 dollars. It was delicious! We have all taken so many photos! I am going to post some of my favorites from the last two days."