Hotel Casa Aroma de Cafe
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... of training of young leadership occur?
Yesterday part of the discussion was about the "reality" of Honduras:
Mining companies threatening local communities
Police forces wearing face coverings so they cannot be identified
Indigenous populations being threatened yet again by groups who want their land and resources
Environmental laws and protection of water resources reduced to a minimum in favor of transnational ...
Sunday as You might well have guessed, especially while living in a Jesuit house with three priests, was a day to go to church. In the morning I accompanied Pedro, who is not a Jesuit but a diocesan priest from Madrid, to the church of St Ignacio, where he helps the resident priest. You would think that saying mass is not all that strenuous but whatever, Pedro had the 10 am mass in a neighbourhood called Berlin. We traveled by collectivo taxi, which is cheaper but not as ...
... It has been interesting staying in a city that we were so vulnerable in, and where we felt scared to even go out of our room to get water (although worth pointing out that if you stay aware and stick to the centre, it really isn't as bad as it sounds). Yet we still managed to make friends with lots of locals and have a brilliant time in Honduras, without even leaving the safety of our hotel! We're looking forward to Nicaragua, supposedly the safest country in Central ...
Let's start with "the good" - the bus was plush, secured our luggage, had security and even showed movies. Smooth cruising compared to most of our transportation.
Now "the bad" - the bully behind me! AKA, the bruja, which is witch in Spanish. La bruja hit me directly on my head every time I tried to put my seat back. I finally confronted her and explained that I had every right to recline my seat as she did ...
By the time the new bridge is built, we get across, find a printer in a maze of closed offices and convince the man at the immigration desk that we can take the ambulances across the border, Ryan's in mid-debate. Cancel the flight in case we don't make it? Or rush and hope it all goes well?
Not that he should have worried, the whole-page TEMPORARY VEHICLE stamp in his passport wasn't going to allow him to go anywhere ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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