Hilton Princess San Salvador
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... to make it to the Rio Grand and over into the USA. The first time he made it and was there working for 7 years, able to send money home until he was found and deported. The second time he made it across the river and was immediately arrested, only to face the abuse of government detention centres that are run as "for-profit" businesses by private contractors.
Even those who work in the area of migrations found the testimonies to ...
... to walk through, so a body can be there for a while until the cane is cut - every two years. You can store that under the category of ¨things I really didn´t need to know!¨
For those who have driven on the Island highway to Tofino, thinking about the part after Sprout Lake where it is windy and full of sharp curves, requiring speeds down to 30 km/hr at times, well think of that stretch for 8 hours and add deep potholes about every 50 meters - sometimes 2 or 3 potholes ...
... share a bathroom and shower.
Met with our interpreter, Irene, and our representative from Habitat San Salvador, Emillio. Emillio went over the rules and expectations for the team. It is important that we realize that we are here to help rather than lead or teach new ways. We need to recognize the race power dynamics that some Salvadorians may be sensitive to. We are here to learn.
Changed into our work ...
... battle to stay hydrated in the arid summers on the Serengeti probably engrained an internal appreciation of abundant masses of liquid life. Or we just think they're pretty. Anyway, before heading north to Honduras, we headed south to Lake Coatepeque. And by 'we' I mean myself, el Burro, and our new road companions - Clarita (the Latina ...
In doing some research on the topic, there are many opinions on a traveller versus a tourist. And while I know there will be moments of pure tourism, (there are typical sites and experiences that I don't want to miss out on no matter how touristy) I'm feeling more like the traveller I want to be. Participating in the free experiences a place has to offer (free hotspring pool in La Fortuna and various hikes), picking out little restaurants that ...