I have mentioned on here before that I’m also a big fan of Central America (and Spanish! I actually grew up in a high school where the majority of students spoke Spanish, spent some extended time living and studying in Costa Rica, took a handful of volunteer trips to Mexico and Guatemala, and basically was planning for a career working with non-profs and Spanish-speakers either here in the States or abroad.Life obviously took some different turns, which have been great. Ha, seriously though, I have so many things that I want to share with you.And so many things that are still swirling around in my head and my heart that will probably take time to process, as tends to happen with these kind of trips. I recently met someone who moved here from El Salvador.Through conversation and finding out that she is very wealthy, I have discovered that her and her family are like extremely rich.
The truth is, I found comparing some recent surveys of sex lives around the world to be kind of interesting.But for those just tuning in, the short of the story is that I was invited to go to El Salvador with an organization called Unbound.I’m going to explain more about them in another post that I have begun writing.Like most relationship orientated cultures, Salvadorans have a strong sense of personal pride, honour and dignity.They can be very sensitive to comments or action that can jeopardize their standing among others.