Casa Kiwi Hostel

Address: Carretera Puerto Castilla, Trujillo, 3, Honduras | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Carretera Puerto Castilla, Trujillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Trujillo

    Event of solidarity and hope

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 01, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... Ceiba. He was totally in the present, the struggles of the campesino community and the things he had to do around his house. At the church little Fernanda came and sat on my lap and throughout the evening she decided to stick close to me. I think she is only 4 years old. She is the daughter of one of Juana's cousins and for reasons never explained to me, Juana agreed to raise her as one of their daughters. This is a family who have nothing, they have four ...

    The same, but worse ...

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Mar 30, 2015

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... leaders of the military coup of 2009 and remains a defender of the military and the power elites. Honduras had some powerful visitors from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). At the end of discussions between the IMF and the government, the IMF stated that all was well in Honduras and proceeding as foreign interests would wish. This means that the rich elites will have access to more loans which will be deposited in private foreign bank accounts for which ...

    Community of Guadalupe Carney

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... the side ready to take some photos for this blog when a young girl came to me and said Melo needed to talk to me. So I left my chair which was conveniently positioned near a side door so that I could catch some of the breeze. Melo was already vested and sitting at the front. When I approached he stood up and took a stole from his bag and put it around my shoulders. It was 40 years ago that I was ordained, but I was not prepared for this and not comfortable ... but Melo ...