The Caribbean Cliffs Marine Club

Address: Acantilados Del Caribe, Puerto Cortes, Honduras | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Acantilados Del Caribe, Puerto Cortes.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Cortes

The mountain of El Jute

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Apr 25, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... young people, perhaps their grandparents might have remembered those days of El Jute. They had walked and planned to stay for the night where a new building now stands but it would have been small for the participants involved. That so many youth were involved I took as a sign of hope. I spoke to one man in his late 20's perhaps who was walking with his daughter who that day was celebrating her 3rd birthday. He worked in one of the maqulllas of GILDAN and was working to form a ...

Holy Week part 2

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Apr 05, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... accompany us from La Yusa to the community of Socorro, named for the church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Perpetuo Socorro). The boy was the son of a delegada, Gualdina, in whose house we would stay for the night. She has four children, the youngest being the boy about 12 years old and the oldest a girl who now has her own baby and lives nearby. Gualdina is a most animated and cheerful women in spite of hardships in the family. Her husband left her for another woman, has refused ...

Magna's children

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 23, 2014

4 comments, 17 photos

... mentioned their names she said that she remembered them. I don't know if she did as there are so many branches of Notre Dame nuns, but the ice was broken. Ssiter Teresita asked me if I would like to see the orphanage and then took me on a guided tour. We first visited the bedroom of the 2-5 year olds who at that time were having a lengthy siesta. A woman who was responsible for supervision was sitting on the side of one bed softly singing a lullaby and when a child moved she would go ...

A natural death

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 08, 2014

2 comments

... Edwin to convey to the family our condolences - the other 12 siblings had not yet arrived.

We returned to the radio station and I got back to working on a retreat that I am giving to the twin teams of RP and ERIC next week. About 5:30 Melo came looking for me and he said "Let's go!" Rarely does he tell me where we are going until we are on our way. His comment was that he needed to pay his respects to the dead. I asked him if it was Matilde and he said yes. Matilde died ...

School day

A travel blog entry by carberrys on Feb 20, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... prep to teach me how to prepare Honduran foods. I have many of her recipes written down at home.

For dinner, Digna got the family together at her house. It really felt like coming home! All the kids have grown so much in 5 years. Digna's kids, Andrea and Jeff, are now teenagers and Andrea will be going to University in VT next year! They are both so intelligent and so focused. Jeff ...