Hotel Casa Colonial S.P.S
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... sadness subsided a bit because we got to have our bonfire with the kids, and we had permission to invite our workers from this week. Only Leo, Rene, and Black came, but it was cool they were there. We listened to music, danced, and watched Jean Carlos sing his heart out, especially to Prince Royce. I don’t know if I will get to see everyone before we leave on Saturday, but I really hope I can say goodbye to my friends and family here. I made Leo promise ...
... fun broken Spanish conversation with the waitress, an elderly couple throws out a smile and a "Buen Provecho!" as they walk by and I'm served the best huevos rancheros I've ever had. Outside of the restaurant people also seem honest and welcoming and I don't come across anybody trying to hussle me. Not bad for the murder capital of the world...
San Pedro Sula holds the dubious title of the murder capital of the world indicating the highest murder rate ...
... pages detailing two assassination lists of people who were in the opposition. Berta Caceres was no 1 on one of the lists.
Berta Caceres is a leader in COPINH, the Consejo Cívico de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras (the Civic Council of Community and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras), which organized after the 2009 coup against the Zelaya government. She has been arrested before on trumped up charges that were ...
... offers a possibility. In my heart I was feeling that the parents too should have received a diploma, for student success so much depends on the parents sacrificing and supporting the student along the way.
I wondered about the role of the padrino. Apparently it is much like that of a "sponsor" for confirmation - you show up for the ceremony, you sign the registrar as a "padrino", you thank the student for the honor of being chosen, and that is it. Here no further obligation is ...
... in the residential areas do not let customers into the store, even during the day. Business is conducted behind 3/4 " iron grids with windows that can be opened to allow larger merchandise to pass through after payment. Apparently most stores have to pay protection money to the gangs just to stay open; the same for all taxi drivers. However that doesn't mean protection from other gangs or non-aligned thieves!
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