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... across the bed for my water bottle, I slammed my head on the bunkbed above me, which really helped my headache… GET WORSE. Lol. Por que no?
After dinner we had a special activity with the kids from the Children’s Homes. They came over to the lodge and we drew pictures, and colored, and played with stickers. I hung out with Faviola the whole time, who is one of the girls I actually met last summer at the state orphanage. She and her ...
... beginning to gain strength as a group. While the Catholic Church has a poor track record on women's equality and women's rights, ERIC and Radio Progreso stand out in their campaign to end violence against women. The radio also promotes a campaign for public support for the health care of people with MS - I am surprised that MS is a factor here as usually it is associated with "cold countries".
Through Melo I have been invited to the homes of friends who ...
There is no doubt that the election is fraudulent but tomorrow will show if people are just willing to bite their lips and put up with another 4 years of the same or worse, or will they.find some way to show their displeasure. The ruling party would probably be more than willing to show that it can be tough on protesters and opposition candidates. As well we will see long it takes foreign leaders such as Harper to show their pleasure that it is business as ...
After an early morning start and Hannah using her negotiaton skills to get us out of Guatemala for free, we arrived merrily in Copán Ruinas: a little Honduran town currently experiencing a drought. Luckily we were approached by a nice man with interesting hair who led us to his hotel with running water. We set off to discover the town, surprise surprise.....more ruins (to be fair it is in the name!). We'd read that the average person spends three hours there, yet we ended ...
The boat from Placencia Belize leaves every Friday for Puerto Cortez, Honduras so we were at the dock at 9 am. The boat ride was $60 each but well worth it considering all the bus travel it saves. Tom had gotten up early and had some breakfast at De Tatch, which was about $7. We think we located our friends truck near the dock so we left him a note. I had read on the internet not to sit in the back of the boat on the ...