Guesthouse Dos Molinos B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who are corrupt. She was convicted of libel, which does not mean that what she said was untrue. She just offended the wrong people who have a lot of power. The state of the country's public hospitals remains an open sore. Former bureaucrats for years literally stripped the system and sent the resources allocated by the state for public health to their own private foreign bank accounts. This didn't even have to be done in secret, as it seems to have been a rush to see ...
... plastic benches rather than stand through the 4 hour journey, but it is not that much of a comfort without suspension and a backrest. And, of course, procedure for exiting became a lot more complicated for those at the back but the efficient conductor was always at hand to ensure a smooth operation where the chairs were removed and reinstated.
It was a quiet afternoon and the bus rolled on a couple of hours without incident. At the turnoff to Copan, ...
... has few opportunities available to her and other than Radio Progreso and Maria she has no real support system. (Maria is here only for a few more months before she returns to Spain to finish her Masters program in law.) Even if the past had not happened, Magna has little formal training in anything and is largely unemployable. She says she could work in the market selling clothing, but that would be minimal work for long hours and the children would be left unattended. What do ...
... the lid is raised. Not much more than the head is visible. At first Melo and I were the only visitors other than Antonia, Edwin and his wife. Then they left and only Melo and I were there, but shortly a few others started to come in. The funeral parlor was more like a long hall with large soft couches on both sides. Nothing else was provided except for one moment when a young woman came in with drinks of cola in plastic glasses. Melo and I said our private prayers at the side of ...
Thursday and Friday I had two trips again to San Pedro Sula (SPS) with Melo, first for an appointment for Melo to check his eyes. The ophthalmologist was a friend of a friend, who also accompanied us to the doctor. To my surprise we were all invited into his office / examination room for a most leisurely Dr.'s appointment. We discussed music, and local news, and eventually Melo had his eyes checked and he was given a small bag of samples of eye drops. The ...