Isabella Boutique Hotel
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... my tilly hat and my "observer" status ID while I walked about the police and protestors observing and taking a few photos. Melo indicated that he wanted to return to the radio station so we walked back to his car parked strategically near the intersection of another side road. We were back for not very long when we heard the news that the police had violently attacked the protestors in other parts of the country. Usually the police will issue an ...
... were met by musicians, and a tent set up for them to rest, while they were praised in speeches and songs. Near 6:30 pm the march to the city center began, led by a police car with flashing lights, which was a rare gesture of support. The march took the protestors right by the main headquarters of the National Police, but there were no incidents and the atmosphere remained festive. Families with children and even babies were participating in the march. This time the lights to the ...
... and needed to use a phone. He is still shaking, but he reassured me that he has purchased life insurance for his family.
Yesterday the congress voted on a proposal to allow an international commission to investigate the reality of impunity and corruption in Honduras. The ruling party easily defeated the motion, as the fraudulent elections of 2013 gave the US appointed dictator a majority in the Congress and it was unlikely that this group of corrupt politicians would invite ...
... was back! Wilson!! Missed him, as we spent a whole week in Democracia together last summer. Wilson and Juan Carlos had approached me last night to let me know about a fundraiser they were doing. Villa Soleada doesn't have a church, so the more religious people here have to go outside to other facilities. They have been trying to raise money to build a church here, so they sold raffle tickets where anyone who bought could win a prize, Each ticket costs 10 ...
... factories. They were lucky that both of them had the same 4 days off for the Easter weekend. By far the majority of workers at GILDAN and many of the sweatshops are women. But men are also employed as the number of stations or tasks in such huge factories are many. The workers work 4 straight 11 hour shifts, and then have 4 days off. They are allowed a 15 minute lunch break but are pressured by the local supervisors to return to work quickly as not only the workers but ...