Ashley Kent March 19, 2012And we’re off After months of planning the day has finally come to take off on the trip of a lifetime. We boarded the bus at DMU on Saturday afternoon for a ride to Chicago’s O’Hare International airport. The six hour trek included a stop at the world’s largest truck stop, team bonding and many chapters of The Hunger Games being read. Our flights left in the wee hours of Sunday morning and routes through both Guatemala City and San Salvador were taken into our final destination of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Once we arrived in the country we were greeted by a group of Global Brigade staff and hopped on another bus to head to our compound in El Paraiso. The second bus introduced us to an important cultural aspect…the music. Being entertained by music videos for an hour and a half gave us a chance to pick up some possible Honduran dance moves.After 20 hours of travel we arrived at the compound, had a fantastic lunch and explored the surrounding area. Tomorrow brings a full day of packing medications as well as visiting the local orphanage. Thanks for checking in on us! Talk to you soon! 5 responses to “And we’re off” Hi Ashley! I’m Larissa Hoovers Dad’s brother in Chandler Arizona. We’re happy to see your blogs! Say “Hi” and give “Lacey” a hug for us!!! Thanks! -Randy & Jan HooverLog in to Reply Glad you’ve all arrived safe & sound …. Enjoy….. We’re shoveling snow…. Momma kent and the boys Colton Tay and sirrusLog in to Reply Gooooo DMU! Glad you all arrived safely and hope things are going well!!Que se cuidan y se disfruten muchisimo!AlexisLog in to Reply Very impressive crowd of talent! By now, I’m sure you’ve dug in and really gotten your baptism into the realm of tropical medicine. Our best to all of you, and our daughter-in-law, Trina!Log in to Reply Looking forward to hearing all about your trip when you get back. Have a rewarding time helping others. Miss you, Ashley Kent!!DebLog in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.