In this video the crew discusses their adventure travels through the annoyances of airports and the folks surrounding them.
Twilight Frequencies: What was it like preparing for your trip to Honduras? If you can recall the initial feeling you had, what types of things were you expecting to see or learn? Were you scared? Had you been out of the United States before this trip?
Michael Peters: It was strange, because like many trips, none of us really believed it was going to happen until we officially booked the plane ticket. But as we learned the trip was a go, absolute complete excitement filled my body! And I’m confident in saying that feeling was mutual for the other members. I had been abroad before as had the other members, but for this time was different. This trip had a mission, a mission we all had personal investment in, and I’m not speaking financially. If anything, the only apprehension I had was the fear of failure. I yearned so bad for this endeavor to be a success, because ultimately it was not just for us, it was for the organization we were working alongside and the lives they were touching.