Clarion Hotel San Pedra Sula
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... shed. With support from some Canadian friends a bed was bought which almost filled the room. The brother would not allow Magna to put a lock on the door. She had a single light bulb that hung from a wire. She had no kitchen or bathroom facilities.
Magna had two guardian angels - Dunia Perez, a legal worker of ERIC and a very determined woman who accepts no nonsense, and Marķa Perez, a volunteer lawyer from Spain who was in Honduras. These two ...
... been blocked for some years. This law is heavily criticized on a number of fronts: 1. It concedes sovereignty to foreign mining companies and with recent assistance in 2015 by Canada in training special military squads, local communities and even the federal government have lost control of their own land and water. 2. Knowing Harper's concern for the environment in Canada, it should be no surprise that this mining law "fails to ensure the protection of natural areas and water ...
... led the march. It was a slow walk and I was carrying little baby Sol who decided that she had had enough and she put her head into my neck and fell asleep for most of the journey. I couldn't have been happier.
Melo was anxious to see his mother so we left the rally area early. I was dropped off at the house while Melo went to his family home. That neighbourhood had electrical power. I arrived at a darkened neighbourhood, so with Padre Roberto did a search of ...
... Gatorade and try and help hydrate them some, even if it was minimal. They seemed to really appreciate it so I was glad to help out!
Lunch was soup, loaded with rice and foul, from the chickens we sacrificed the day before. Hot soup on a hot day after working under the hot sun.... so tasty but not as refreshing as bowl of ice cream may have been ;)
The afternoon was a mix of work and play, as we were all so beat. But the important part is that we ...
... and dirty, as I had generously used a lot of sun block earlier in the morning to prevent further sun damage. With the heat and the dust I felt the need for a shower. Melo drove me home but he continued on as on Saturday evenings he likes to stay with his mother. He would not get a long sleep as he had committed himself to drive another niece to San Pedro Sula at 4 am where she works in an American call-center taking calls from the States but receiving the salary of the Honduran ...