May 17, 1999
Dear Mom and Dad,
Hello Mom and Dad how are you doing? I'm doing fine. Remember you sent me to Honduras one year ago. Well, I just came from the river. When I was taking a swim I had to look out for the crocodiles. Yesterday I went to a volcano sight. The volcano sight fascinated me. It was dry and I needed to take a lot of water with me. I wore a short sleeve shirt and shorts to not attract a lot of heat. The climates are usually around the 70 to 80 degrees hot. In Honduras there are two kinds of seasons. There is the wet season and the dry season in Honduras.
I found a piece of land that we could build our house on and we can have a farm. Honduras has a lot of land for houses and a lot of land for farming.
When you get here you can go mining for zinc, silver and coal.
I know that you like to fish so I checked out the fishing spots in Honduras and you can go forest fishing. That means that you go in the forest and fish for fish. You can also go fishing along the coast.
The people in Honduras are nice and friendly. When you come here you can meet all the nice people.
In Honduras, the official language is Spanish. When you guys come we can go and visit a volcano sight. You guys can swim until you want to go home. Until then see you soon.