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... Tee hee. Soy chistosa J The only part my group really helped with was flattening out the tortillas to be cooked. Most kitchens in Honduras are outside the home, along with the sinks used for washing dishes and laundry. Silvia, the little girl, kept insisting I come outside with her, while it poured nice refreshing rain down on us. I love the rain, which is a good thing, since it does that a lot here.
After lunch we gathered in either the ...
... not be tolerated. Since 2010 under the government under the National Party, 37 journalists have been assassinated.
I learned of another TV journalist who recently had been critical of the government and the state of impunity with which the military and police operate. This journalist became involved in the case of a 15 year old youth who was beaten by the police and then taken away in a helicopter never to be seen again. The journalist who pushed for ...
... house in which she lives is partly hers along with Ines.
I did go this morning to the central market with Raquel, one of the elder daughters to buy some chicken, cheese, rice and beans. This is for the birthday celebration tomorrow which has me nervous as cooking in someone else's kitchen is difficult, but I am sure I will have many helpers!!
As my day has been somewhat quiet I want to share some reflections on family. Certainly the ...
... Fruit reaping the profits/benefits and little to nothing trickling down to the people). There was even scandal - “banana-gate” in the 1970’s were Chiquita executives were indicted for making a $1.5M bribe to the President of Honduras (not a problem in Honduras but was in the US).
... I had no area to store my drinks etc nor foot rest. I also had no panel above me with a light/air con unit and I wouldn't have been able to watch the movie as I had no headphone socket for my seat ether. They clearly shouldn't have a seat there when it's not the same as the others and you still get charged as much! When I arrived in San Pedro I found the Tica bus office, that I needed to get my ticket to Nicaragua from, was closed. I therefore jumped in a taxi and headed to my ...