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... br> The graduates were distinguished in two groups - the Bachelor of Letters and Science group and the Bachelor of Computer and Communications group. This was the first surprise of the night: when the student graduates from high school he/she receives a "Bachillerato" or Bachelor diploma. However this is not a guarantee of acceptance to university, as universities do not accept high school evaluations to be of any relevance and require that interested students sit examinations set by ...
... a large grocery store bakery with icing decorations of "transformers" in bright blue colouring - totally unhealthy but something that kids everywhere crave. However before the cake the children all took turns at hitting a piņata - a common Central American custom. When finally someone strikes a lucky blow and the piņata is broken, candies flow out and there is a mad scramble by the kids to gather up as many as possible. the parents are then left to persuade the older kids ...
... workers are now quite skilled and shift in teams between the plant and the house building components.
The blocks are a modular block and work much like legos. They are slipped on to rebar and are torqued to fit tightly once walls are complete. An 8-man team can build two houses per day. These are ...
... San pedro we had a bit of time to kill, so we went to the mall and watched a movie- Contraband, which was fitting seeing as it had parts filmed in Panama, i give it 3 stars. It was entertaining.
Maria was flying into town tonight and we are heading to La Ceiba in the morning to get to Utila our new Caribbean home.
... school day ended we packed our bags and met Alex for a drive to the bus terminal. A three hour trip brought us to Copan where we plan to view the ruins and play tourist. The Hedman-Alas bus line is very nice and the buses are air-conditioned... almost too cold! We arrive in Copan around dinner time. Now we have our first ride in a tuk-tuk, the three wheeled golf cart that is the most common city taxi in Honduras. The hills in Copan are very steep and the streets are paved ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service