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... on my own goal… lol. But once Juan Carlos joined the boys’ team, it got a little bit harder to keep up our momentum.
After dinner Xiao Hua, Megumi and I went to deliver the dresses to the girls’ home and the shorts and wall decals to the boys home. They were all so excited to get their new clothing, and some couldn’t even wait to try them on. The girls will be modeling for us later so I will get more pictures, the but the boys ...
... just had a major thunder/lightening storm there (it's rainy season) and the entire city lost electricity. They said they drove to the airport to pick me up and it was rather quiet, eerie and dark... with no lights on the roads only car lights. The weather was hot and extremely humid. As we drove from the airport towards my hotel, we noticed the electricity had turned on in several places so we decided to go have dinner out at a restaurant. We sat down, ...
... It is the "same old", hardly news worthy. A dozen murders a day doesn't faze the outside world. Off duty police squads will hunt teens in the streets at night and kill them just because there are too many young people without jobs and no where to go. Many do try to cross the border and make it to the USA - and in the trip they face great dangers and often death.
For me this story is about Melo and the many wonderful people I have met through him. ...
... cannot be avoided.
I accompanied Melo to vote early this morning. Without any problem I was allowed to enter the school and then the polling station to which Melo was directed. Each poll had posted on the wall outside the names and photos of assigned voters, information that comes from the citizenship ID cards that all Hondurans carry. Each voter received three color coded ballots: a pink ballot for municipal mayor, a white ballot for president, and a grey ballot ...
... living in extreme poverty. Even more unfortunate, the proportion of women, rural-dwelling and indigenous persons among the poor is in considerably higher rates. The country faces a number of challenges including water quality, health care, lack of educational infrastructure and employment opportunities (unemployment of ~30%) and the emergence of violent youth gangs. Honduras has the ...
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