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... fresh coconut water. Then after
she hacked up the coconut with a machete and we could eat the pieces from
inside. Because we were gone for a little while we didn’t get to play soccer at
lunchtime today L BUT, that’s okay because tonight we played CAGE SOCCER!!
And it was so much fun. I have been waiting now for 2 years to play and it was everything
I hoped it would be and more! I am quite
scratched up and will be very sore ...
... non conflict city in the world. However, unlike the claustrophobic maze of sketchy streets outlined by barbed wire fences and full of shotgun touting "guards" in Tegucigalpa, San Pedro lacks both the exotic and dangerous feel of the capital. In fact its' never ending parade of american fast food restaurants and strip malls give it the feel of a run down American town somewhere in the bible belt. Spending a couple of days here has created a very ...
... of El Salvador, Oscar Romero. Such is the church in the Americas - deeply polarized because of different fundamental understandings of the role of church since the time of the conquest. The new Pope perhaps is going to shake things up a bit - the talk is there and we will see if anything actually changes.
The people at the radio and at ERIC are quite exceptional. Dedicated and aware of their ability to influence society, they work long hours promoting ...
... they were not registered, or they received a ballot already marked. In such a case the best the voter could do would be to spoil the ballot so that it didn't count.
By 8 pm tonight both leading candidates of National and Libre were both claiming victory, but the electoral commission has announced with less than half the vote counted that as predetermined the National, or the ruling party, is ahead at 34% to the results of Xiomara of the Libre party at 28 %.
... down and hoot wherever anyone was standing by the side of the road. The conductor would also whistle and then jump off (while still moving) to usher on any passengers. If at all possible the bus would not actually stop, but people would still get on and off. The 45 minute journey took about half an ...
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