Isabella Boutique Hotel
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... Four men came with instruments, two guitars, a base guitar, and the simplest violin imaginable that never seemed to be playing what the others were trying to play. I was surprised that the chapel was overflowing. Close to 5 pm we began the traditional adoration of the cross liturgy, led by our hostess Gualdina. Melo deliberately took a lesser role as he wanted to be there but to show his support for the local leadership.
We finished by 6:10 pm and did not delay as ...
... the American embassy the results were a forgone conclusion. The situation in Honduras is probably worse, greater repression of community leaders, impunity for the police, the military and the private security guards of the wealthy. There is greater poverty, fewer children attending school, public health institutions have been robbed of vital supplies, and the narco-trafficking has managed to get some of its people into elected positions.
But the country "seems" calm. ...
... department of Sta. Barbara and go to San Pedro Sula to study to become a bilingual secretary. Ana is a very strong and determined woman and has been successful in a society which is extremely patriarchal and machista. Ana married Osman Mejia and has 3 children. Osman (jr) is now a computer programmer and works in San Pedro Sula but lives at home. The second son David is an agronomist and lives and works in the department of Olancho, a fair distance away. ...
... His original conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court but authorities refused to release him and he was tried again with newly fabricated evidence by his main accuser Henry Osorto, a former military and at that time a high ranking police officer. Osorto was working in collaboration with Miguel Facusse, the largest landowner in Honduras, to evict the community of Guadalupe Carney and add the communal lands to the collection of Facusse. Some members of the campesino ...
... closed off and large tents erected to cover the participants in case of rain, and it did rain slightly but fortunately held off until much later. Two baleadas would be a full meal and might sit heavy in the stomach. There was an eating contest and the "comillon" (glutton) of the year won by downing 26 baleadas. (I did not try the baleadas which looked great, but I have a slight fear of eating in the street, especially fresh cheese.)