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Danny Herrera


  • Barbados Wrap Up

    August 7, 2012

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    swimming with turtles

    A wise man once told me, “We are not counting days anymore, we are losing them.” We are in the final days of the final week of the program and we have to make the most of them.

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  • Barbados Highlights - Weeks 3 and 4

    August 6, 2012

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    cooking

    At the beginning of the third week, we had the privilege to cook with Mrs. Reid. From her cooking lesson, I learned different ways spices are used here in Barbados and among my peers. We used mild peppers to add flavor to the ground beef.

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  • Barbados Highlights - Weeks 1 and 2

    July 11, 2012

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    Barbados Highlights – Weeks 1 and 2

    My first weekend here in Barbados was spent at the Crop Over 2012 Opening Gala. The aroma of delicious food filled the air along with the sound of Barbadian music. Admission was $15 Barbadian dollars ($7.50 USD) and it was well worth it because we got to watch young Barbadians perform at a Youth Talent…

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  • Barbados Week One

    June 29, 2012

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    Andres_Valdovinos_and_Herrera_looking_towards_Bridgetown

    Twenty-one University of Washington students left Seattle and made it to Barbados in one piece. On the way we laughed together, ate together, and survived the 10-hour flight together. As a group we expected sunlight, not for it to be raining like Seattle weather.

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  • Meet Barbados Blogger Danny Herrera

    June 20, 2012

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    Meet Barbados Blogger Danny Herrera

    My name is Danny Herrera and I am currently a senior at the University of Washington majoring in American ethnic studies with a minor in Education, Learning, and Society. I was born and raised in Yakima, Washington, and graduated from A.C. Davis High School in 2009.

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