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... extraordinary. He is a most loving man and he gets plenty of good hugging wherever he goes. Technically he is the employer as he represents the Jesuits who own the radio station and ERIC. Yet when he comes in everyone he meets has to come over and give him a warm hug and kiss. No matter what is happening he has time to greet everyone personally. He commands two cell phones or perhaps two cell phones command him, as he is constantly getting calls literally from all ...
When I arrived in Honduras, Melo announced to his famiiy that I would be cooking the dinner for Doņa Lita. After two previous birthday parties, I was growing somewhat nervous as birthdays are big events here. As well, I was beginning to realize that the Moreno Coto family living in this area was large.
I came on Wednesday evening to the home of Doņa Lita as Melo had a two day trip to Guatemala. Thursday afternoon I was to go shopping for some of the things I needed... My ...
... hotel window - better photos tomorrow!)
Am now settled in to my hotel and getting ready for the meetings that begin with happy hour, where I will meet my fellow travelers. In the meantime, a little more about Honduras:
Somewhat smaller than the state of Ohio, but slightly larger than Virginia, Honduras is nestled between Quatamala (west), El Salvador (southwest), ...
... Then, we had a full Sunday at school that involved 2 events: Libros y Familias and Dia de la Familia. Libros y Familias is a really awesome event where we receive 30 donated bilingual books. Parents and kids are invited to attend and while the kids do a craft related to the book, the parents are given a chance to read through the book with a group and talk about discussion questions they could share with their kids. I loved how this ...
... quite spectacular, our guide gave us a lot of interesting information. We were quite impressed with the scale of the ruins, and even that they would allow you to climb in some areas on the actual ruins. We took some photos on the top of one Mayan pyramids where the rulers would watch the be-headings. Lots of info and climbing, the ruins cover a lot of ground and even more was underground and still being excavated.
We took some time in the museum and bartered on ...
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