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... of his daughter he accepted my offer of a ride in the truck, which gave me the opportunity to talk to him. Originally Melo and I had agreed to take turns driving the truck and walking but Melo changed that as he wanted to walk with the others who were making such a supreme effort to climb the mountain. At times I had to put the truck into 4 wheel drive to be able to make the steep climbs. After a few hours the back of the truck began to fill up with people who were ...
... not want to walk that road in the dark which included jumping some stones across a creek. We made it back to the home of Gualdina as it was getting dark and from then on it was all by candlelight. We were fed a lovely meal of fresh River shrimp, black beans, cheese and tortillas. The shrimp were small and all the flavour was in the sauce with which they were cooked. In the dark we were were then taken to visit a neighbour's home, as they were excited to meet "Padre Melo". Everyone ...
My original plan for Honduras was to only stay for as long as it took me to travel through it to Nicaragua. Then I spent two months there. So it goes.
The ferry from Belize to Honduras was ******* crazy. First, a taxi took me to the Dangriga bus station, so the captain of the ferry could pick my new friend Markus and I up to take us to the dock. The taxi driver who dropped me at the bus station gave instructions to a man there to "make sure she gets on such ...
... 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 ...
Sunday was not a day of rest, at least not in a traditional sense. Melo seldom tells me what he (what we) might be doing that day. Late Saturday night I did get some prior announcement as we would be leaving early in the morning.
We have not had water for 4 days except for a slow drip at times, enough to fill the outside wash tank that is found outside all homes with the built in scrub board. The water pressure was not enough to even reach the kitchen sink, so we were carrying ...
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