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I was at the radio station for most of the day and helped run a few errands, so I was not involved with the celebration - demonstration - memorial for Margarita Murillo in the streets of San Pedro Sula yesterday, partly organized by some of the team of RP-ERIC. So this post is a followup to the morning post, but more in the form of a photo essay, using photos from the ...
... will use a paragraph I found that details this classic struggle between the poor and the rich. "The following is an excerpt from an article by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA) titled "Human Rights Violations in Honduras: Land Seizures, Peasants' Repression, and the Struggle for Democracy on the Ground". It provides a reference point for when the land situation in Honduras really started to go from bad to worse. By 1993, 44 percent of the rural population was either ...
... of Morazan to visit Josue's family. We left very early Saturday morning and then in Morazan switched vehicles to one borrowed by Josue's brother Abran, who drove us to a public area about an hour away called "Las Piratas". It was high in the mountains and was an area when a lovely river came down the mountain in three streams into a series of small pools. We swam in the pools with the baby and then enjoyed some sandwiches prepared by Jennifer. By ...
... winners for each age group. It was a morning filled with laughter, sunshine, music, fun, and mucha alegrķa.
When I headed back inside for a bit to try and finish some of my breakfast, I got egged. If you don't know, a tradition here in Honduras is to crack raw eggs on the head of anyone celebrating a birthday. All day. Which I didn't know when I showered and changed into clean clothes...
Since it's Sunday, that means Baleada Day, and I had a ...
... get every time here... yikes you wouldn't believe how nasty they get! I'll have to share some pics for those who can handle it ;)
Today was certainly intense on the work site! Unlike in NJ where the mornings are typically cooler and the sun is strongest in the early afternoon hours, the mornings here are brutal! Four hours in that scorching sun is rough! But today a few of us regulars got to do a new task which we were excited about! Plastering the ...
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