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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 ...
... support for the children and even tried to sell the home to others, an effort that failed. They were married in the church but not married by civil law, which permits men to be abusive as the state does not recognize a church marriage as legitimate.
Socorro is the poorest of the communities we have visited. There are no electrical lines, so obviously none of the comforts such as lights, refrigerator or TV. Gualdina's daughter Jenly, who is 16, stopped going to school a ...
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 ...
... touch the child and the kids would go back to sleep. It really was a caring scene, and I doubt that it was put on for me.
Then we went to see some of the older children who had already been to school, a public school outside of the orphanage, and were in a common work area to do their homework or other crafts. There were two women supervisors with the children, not doing one on one work but there to encourage the children to do their work but not directing it or helping ...
... p.m. very peacefully when alone with his wife.
The wake was at a funeral home, something more common in Honduras rather than home wakes. I asked how the poor could afford this and Melo said that the funeral homes offer decent long term payment plans. The service is barely basic. As the dead are buried rapidly the next day, there is no need for embalming and little preparation of the body. The coffin was open for viewing but through a glass top on the inner layer of the ...
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