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... Gracie, against THREE full teams from Virginia Tech. No, not at the same time J We did a Round Robin type of game, where teams switched out after the opposing team scored 2 goals. So, of course, I was goalie for our team. Let's just say that we were on that field for 5 straight games! We won our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd game 2-0. Game 4 was 2-1, and game 5 we also won 2-0. Unfortunately, after playing 5 straight games ...
... commonly referred to as auto-rickshaws or just autos in India) were in full force here as in the other Honduran cities. Their high pitched rrr rrr rrr whine transported us all the way to Bangalore or Bombay. Enroute to Sula earlier that morning we had even seen signs for "Bajaj and TVS spare parts"
We revised our history of Mayan culture and chronology of the monarchs that ruled Copan to prepare for our visit to the ruins the next day.
... to this new excursion. The radio station is fairly quiet this weekend, but there are still teams out in the villages assessing the flood damage. Melo is traveling to Washington DC for a conference in Washington sponsored by the Jesuits. At this conference there will be a special recognition of the work of Radio Progreso and ERIC. This type of recognition serves as a form of protection in that it says to those who oppose the work of ...
... else received a normal soup bowl, but I was given a serving bowl full. I asked for an empty plate and put half the chicken and vegetables on the plate. Still I could not finish the soup, although I wanted to - somehow my soups are not quite the same. Different spices or just lots more experience. It was a wonderful meal with the family.
Shortly after the meal we headed off with Carlos and his violin. He had been invited to accompany a ...
... long time.
The former Jesuit church in the center of El Progreso is now the Cathedral of the diocese, but it was too small for this ceremony. The ordination was held outdoors on the sports field of the private Jesuit high school San Josť. It was a beautiful sunny day and by 9:30 a.m. the temperature was 32 degrees in the shade. Before the beginning of the ceremony I walked about the gathering crowds trying to find some shade under some trees. I met ...
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