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... There was no procession of the palms, but the mass still took an hour and a half. The community was well organized and quite excited to have "Padre Melo" from Radio Progreso with them. In these communities Melo is transformed into a country priest, he is at home with campesino people and speaks their language. After the mass Melo was approached by many, so I enjoyed watching the interactions and at the same time meeting many of the people too. I was told that we were going ...
... Although the story isn't great the site is still a lot of fun. Apparently each time a working instructor leaves the island they are to place an item of their choice with the wreck. Multiple bikes, toilets barbecues and everything else lay on or next to the ship creating a fair amount of eye candy for everyone who looks and or needs a new Instagram photo. To makes things a little more interesting I went full funky with my trunks and scored some photos almost looking full naked - ...
... and marked with manipulation by the state prosecutor and a number of judges.
I found this helpful for me to understand the historical timeline, presented in a very factual and concise manner as you would expect from a good lawyer. He stuck to facts, events and processes without speculation or embellishment. Then the reporter did subsequent video interviews with Omar, Dunia, Merlin and of course Chabelo. This time at the prison I had to show my documentation, as did ...
... for an hour and it's torturous! You need to completely focus on not being sick! But we survived! We arrived on Friday and took a day to recover, starting Dive school on Sunday morning. Spending a day walking around we could see a pattern in the bars and dive schools. It seemed to be the kind of place where people get "stuck"! There were the divers who came to do their open water course and suddenly found themselves 3 months later still there doing ...
... 173 per every
100,000, reportedly the highest in the world outside of a warzone. Other
cities that have previously been listed within the top 10 most dangerous cities
are Panama City - Panama; Tegucigalpa - Honduras; Cape Town - South Africa;
Mexico City - Mexico; Caracas- Venezuela; Nairobi - Kenya; Sana’a - Yemen and Peshawar - Pakistan.
Somehow I feel I have bypassed how dangerous Central America
really is, which is probably why a lot of people ...