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... out my bed, dropped off our bags and then we hung out with the kiddos in Villa. I finally got to see the finished Children’s Home for girls, and was proud to see my name displayed on the plaque. Watched some intense soccer, saw a bunch of chickens, ants, fruit trees, and dogs, and was awed by how much had changed around Villa since last summer. Aside from the Girls Home being inhabited, the lodge was painted, ...
... school, they pretty much stay at home unless they go out with their parents.
Melo was invited yesterday to offer a blessing at a home that was having a prayer service, in the living room, in honor of a family favorite saint, Francis Xavier, one of the original 3 Jesuits and famous missionary to the orient. Again we were offered a lovely meal prepared for all participants - mostly family. (We were on our way to have mass and supper with the ...
... police - either stolen or on loan. This government lacked legitimacy in most of the world and Honduras was suspended from the O.A.S.
Canada however was pleased with this change in government as it opened greater opportunities for Canadian investment, mainly in the mining sector. Harper traveled to Honduras to make arrangements for a free trade deal - which means we get more bananas from Honduras and Canadian companies get great access to profits without ...
... 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 ...