Hotel Casa Colonial S.P.S
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... the river (about 10 minutes away) and with their nets had caught a bowl full of shrimp. Our breakfast was the shrimp again with tortillas and black beans. I couldn't figure out what to do with the shells and rough part of the shrimp, but I was the only one with this problem as it seems others were just eating the entire shrimp. The baby chicks enjoyed my shells which I threw out in the bush.
Later in the morning we traveled back down the rough dirt road to the community ...
... or has had business where my presence was not needed, but I felt comfortable to be able to call a taxi (with recommended drivers) to take me to the radio station to work on the video project that Jennifer gave to me. As well I have spoken about a deeper relationship with some families who have literally filled me with affection and friendship. I have spoken about the family of Ana Quintanilla and my trip last weekend to meet her extended family in the mountain area of Sta. ...
... br> Much against his desires, after last week's trip to Mexico for an important Latin American conference with delegates from 16 countries, Melo again had to travel to speak at a Jesuit conference in Managua, Nicaragua for representatives of the "Fe y Alegría " network of Jesuit sponsored schools. So with the weekend free Ana invited me to accompany her and Alejandra to visit her little village in the Department of Sta. Barbara.
After a pleasant ...
... grass and when necessary climbs the mountain behind the prison to clear the pipes bringing water to the prison. When he goes up into the mountain he asks for a police guard, just so that he cannot be accused of trying to escape and end up being shot in the back. A while back there was a contract put out to kill Chabelo in the prison, which is one reason he has been separated from the main prison population.
Chabelo soon came out to join us and he took a bench from a lunch ...
... their water. That should connect to people on Vancouver Island whose water is anything but secure. In so many ways, what is happening here is also happening in the north, it is just a difference in degrees. Perhaps there is no greater environmental destruction that poses a serious threat to the world than the Alberta tar sands, but Canadians and particularly Albertans are willing to accept the collateral damage to northern communities ...
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