Hotel Boutique San Juan
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... their government subsidiaries repeated messaging about "competitiveness and efficiencies" in Canada while Hondurans were promised economic revitalization and jobs. The end result? Canada lost jobs, and Honduras' asymmetrical, toxic economy, was further entrenched.
Honduran sweatshop workers are basically slaves, and their status will likely remain unchanged, or get worse. Since the 2009 military coup --- which removed the democratically-elected President ...
... folded ceremoniously, taken back to the main platform where the distinguished teachers sat, and the next group would take their turn with the pledge. This seemed to take forever.
Then the school principal, a young Jesuit priest from Panama, gave a rather long speech on education and the importance of choosing a proper career. He was well received it seemed to me but he could have cut it to 1/3 and said the same. However such occasions tend to require some dissertation beyond ...
Arriving at Melo's home I met Fr. Pedro Serrano Garcia, a Spanish diocesan priest who is 79 years old and who has had extensive experience working in Central America. He lives in a retirement home for priests in his diocese of Madrid, but most years lately has managed to come to Honduras to help Melo for up to three months at a time. Despite his age and a previous heart condition, Pedro has a bundle of energy, a keen analysis of church and state ...
... purchases the homes from HOLA (builder/developer) and then hold these mortgages for 26 years. HOLA has about 1400 of the first 1500 homes built and occupied and is in the process of building the final community of 102 homes (all of these homes have qualified buyers). Two-thirds of theseexisting homes ...
... It was another building owned by Mabel, Marisa's landlord. The big bonus was air conditioning which made settling in for the night a lot more bearable. A school teacher's day starts early, at least by our own standards (noon time might still catch us in PJs on the weekend!!); so off to bed early to rise at 5:15 to join Marisa. Or so we thought... it seems roosters in Honduras are calibrated to Greenwich Mean Time... the flippin' little buzzards start crowing at 3AM!! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed