Terry in El Salvador - update 5

Just 2 days left here and I´ll definitely miss it. At the weekend, we just relaxed by the pool, got some sunburn and on Sunday climbed a volcano called Santa Ana.

One of the most amazing things I´ve ever done. Looking down into the crater at the green sulphate lake with steam rising as well as the other volcanoes in the distance was just fantastic.

On Monday, I headed to Los Lucas and this is a great school. The teachers are great and have a great bond with the kids. I´ve been teaching English and photography to the kids all day. Shattered by the end of it.

They are big into music and have a drum and trumpet band and are practicising every day for Independence Day in a few weeks.

I´m also helping to dish out the food to the kids which is great fun as a lot of them dont have cups for their vitamin drink. I´ve warned them all to bring their cups tomorrow so it will be interesting to see if they do.

Thats all for now.

Talk soon,
Terry

Terry is one of our Pronino volunteers and is blogging from Latin
America. To find out more about Proniño, head to
http://dnc.o2.co.uk/home/Pronino.To see pictures taken by Terry and the rest of our Pronino volunteers, head to Flickr.