It continued misting on Saturday morning as I walked to the bus, but stopped by the time we all arrived at San Jose. That doesn't mean the mud stopped though. Mud was the bane of my existence for the whole weekend. Mud on my shoes, mud on the sidewalk, mud on the floors, mud on my pants. It pretty much sucked.
Things were still pretty fun though. This time I helped teach the 3rd-6th graders. It was definitely more exciting than watching kids color. We had a mock election, played dominoes with math figures, practiced subtraction on the board, and reviewed what our rights and privileges are.
For lunch we had tacos. Supper consisted of two of the best hamburgers I've ever had. Breakfast the next day was pancakes. I think I made out like a bandit, because it ended up costing me a grand total of $3.50. I guess this is because most of the kids that brought the food said at our meeting today (where we calculated the cost) that they just took most of it from their parents cupboards. And somehow 2kg (4.4 lbs.) of meat were reported to only cost $4 total. We all wondered if we had actually been fed dog meat or something similarly cheap.
I'll be going on the final trip this weekend. We are going to have a little party for the kids, including a piñata and movie, in addition to the regular activities.