Isabella Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... as to which military barracks the prisoners had been taken and asked that someone verify the status of the prisoners. I was free so I agreed to accompany Denis. Our presence at the military barracks was not welcomed but after a while we were allowed in and taken to a large room where the prisoners were being held.. Denis spoke to each prisoner and wrote down their names on a piece of paper. After a short while we were informed that our time was up and we had ...
... the Easter Vigil. Over and over when Olga asked Melo what he wanted to do, he deferred to her and said "whatever you and the community decide!". Melo found a hammock and has a snooze. I got to know little Roxana, the 6 year old. She was giving her mother a hard time getting her hair brushed and into a pony tail so I told Roxana that I still remembered how to do that and she let me comb her hair and put it into a pony tail that actually looked pretty good.
Melo did have ...
... we managed to find a cafeteria style buffet that had a few meat free bins). The boarding area had several Puertas (gates) but only one was fitted with an X-ray scanner and so that is how everyone was processed. Once past this Puerta, we had to find our dock (Anden) number and then barge into the bus when it showed up. We managed to find a pair of seats over the right rear wheel and gratefully sat down and watched the world from our perch.
Our dock was ...
... go home to feed the baby and get back to work on time. Very few people have pension plans or are employed where some social security benefits are included. Teachers have a union which has in recent years, especially since the military coup of 2009, been severely weakened. They have paid into a pension plan which unlike Canadian pensions are not managed independently. Typically as with any government department in Honduras, it seems that the pension funds ...
... shortly after 10 a.m. and were allowed to drive into the enclosure surrounding the prison. Melo had prepared for Chabelo a survival kit of things he would need in prison, personal items, some dry food and that type of thing. Many women and children were walking into the prison area too, for Sunday is a day to visit prisoners. We met a rather jovial prison official who mistook me for Padre Roberto (the elder gringo priest who lives with Melo). Roberto visits regularly the prison in ...