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... involve an injection followed by rest, but work quotas are more important to foreign share-holders than worker health.
It's no surprise then, that by age 25, chronic work injuries, coupled with poor medical treatment, often prevent workers from performing their fast-paced tasks.
Worse still, once a worker leaves Gildan, she is likely to have irreversible health problems which preclude her from finding alternate employment. Some women need crutches ...
... Pedro Sula presented 1/2 scholarships to a number of the top earning students - thus ensuring the university the cream of the cream from the graduating class.
This was followed by the valedictorian speech by a young woman graduate who spoke very well and was obviously a favorite of both graduating streams.
The graduating class then was led by two of their group in the singing of a song composed by the students as their graduation song. I didn't understand it all, but ...
... This devotion to "Suyapa" is national, and goes back to a miraculous discovery of a tiny 3 inch statue in 1747 by a young boy sleeping outdoors overnight to be woken by something poking into his ribs. Over time miracles were attributed to the statue, or the devotion, and a chapel was built. Pope Pius XI proclaimed the Seņora de Suyapa as the Patroness of Honduras. She is also known affectionately as "La Morenita" or the "Little Dark One" as the ...
... we were soon joined by another guy who was less pleasant.
The boat was due to leave at 9:30 am and he was already drinking a beer. He also has some sort of maniacal laugh, which may have been a form of Touretts. He claimed that he had 14 children and had formerly been training the Sandanista rebels in Nicargua. He asked the American couple if they would give him a lift at the ...
... that the AC was broken. Thus, we got sweaty and the bus was filled with bad odors from the bathroom and the minimal ventilation.
We made three stops over three hours: Tela, the airport, and San Pedro Sula. When we reached the final stop, we found six other girls traveling to Puerto Cortes. We waited for our bags and MacKenzie's bag was once again one of the last ones of the bus so another stomach flipping moment for her. As a group, we caravanned with ...