Holiday Inn Express San Pedro Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... pictures! Fortunately they were pictures from last summer of Oso, which I still have elsewhere.
Wow, this is a really long entry, so thanks to those who are still with me! After the game and before dinner, Shin told us we would be doing something no other volunteer group has ever done before. Get ready for an amazing story (as if everything you have read isn’t awesome…) One of the boys in the boys’ home, Antonio, ...
... on Saturday night for the 4th time in a year. The house is not large,only two bedrooms and in the house live the grandmother, two adult women, two teenage women and the young child. The house has a back veranda which is covered and serves as the dining room and sitting area. Especially on hot days it is far more comfortable than inside the house. At night time the chairs are taken inside, but a set of large wicker style sofa and chairs were left outside as they were old ...
... suggested that it could be a viral disease but that does not seem likely. As too often happens, the husband disappeared when the two girls were small and has not been seen since that time. Melo's older sister Raquel, who has an extended family of her own and cares for a cousin who is ill, took on the responsibility of caring for Dioara and her girls. Each week she takes the affected daughter to a hospital in San Pedro Sula where she is being treated, but ...
... s partnership with HOLA, the builder developer that Dev Equity is partnering with. Dev Equity is a new impact investment fund that specializes in social development. HOLA is working with Dev Equity to assess community needs, design initiatives related to youth economic opportunity and community development and ...
... really doesn't look like the most dangerous city in the world, it just looks like a normal city. There's a lot of security though. When I got there the owner was in bed so his two volunteers looked after me. They were really nice although the girl does not shave which I still find bizarre! When the owner got up he took me to a place where I could book my ticket to Nicaragua which was really nice. I was lucky as there were only 4 seats left, get to sit near the toilet though, ...