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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... such as a campaign against domestic violence. In a country that suffers such evils, it is still a traditional macho culture where women are second class and often victims in the home. It is a violent society where women experience violence where they should first be protected and supported. The little man who is beaten and oppressed, who grew up in inequality, can still act the boss at home and become the little oppressor. Such is the circle of violence but ...
... kitchen in the outdoor laundry area, as the tiny kitchen was in use most of the day, tending to the family.
Raquel had brought over some big pots and bowls which was very helpful. She assisted me in preparing different ingredients, and she was quite pleased with the salsa huancaina for which I used fresh country style cheese and evaporated milk. I must admit that I was dubious at first but it did turn out nicely, with only a slight bite due to two jalapeņos that went into ...
... its first master planned community in Choloma, is a 3500 unit entry-level housing development just outside of San Pedro Sula that will reach an estimated 17,000 residents (including 8,000 children)! This project includes community development initiatives focusing on mobilizing resources for youth, economic opportunity and community development.
More tomorrow from Choloma!
... clinics and set up the infrastructure necessary to keep these open. My roommate Kim is hosting a clinic at Santa Monica next weekend and asked if they would like to attend and see our schools, but they said they do not have much freedom when leaving the base camp. It has been an interesting addition to people watching in town.
This coming week is full of final exams, which means my schedule is a bit crazy. Trying to plan ...
... really glad to get out of the bus and warm up in San Pedro Sula. Alex was waiting for us and we made our way back to Cofradia, a bit of a nap and dinner with Marisa's host family. It was a lovely night and they were very gracious hosts, we were back to our room and heading to bed early because the roosters wake up early and we had to be at Marisa's for breakfast around 6am so we could walk to school at 6:30am.
Feb 27, 2012
Up early and breakfast with ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services