Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... ago. She has few options other than to have a baby and hope that the father of the baby treats her well.
In the late afternoon we began walking further up the road to discover why we were walking and not taking the truck. What was once the road disappeared into very steep and rocky trenches which were difficult to walk because of the loose rocks. We arrived at the church before 4:30 pm, so we took a few chairs outside and as people began to arrive there were greetings ...
My time is rapidly coming to an end for this trip to Honduras. While there are things I cannot say over the Internet, I can say that I have felt less tension in the air than last year. Soon after my arrival last year the country was into elections at all levels of government and some candidates of opposition parties had been assassinated. The electoral process did not even try to hide the corruption and the election was totally fraudulent, but with the backing, if not outright ...
... disappeared. Teachers now realize that they are unlikely to have any pension on retirement. These are some of the benefits in a country that suppresses labour unions and collective agreements.
Ana has a managerial position at a bank. It seems to me that most banks are privately owned and connected to the oligarchy business group. Ana began working at a bank as a secretary some 30 years ago when she was single. She had to leave her rural home in El Ocote ...
... prisoner Isabel (Chabelo) Morales is held as a prisoner. To read more about the case of Chabelo just google his name or go to http://freechavelo.files.wordpress.com/ 2012/10/the-case-of-jose-isabel.pdf. In short, Chabelo is a 38 year old illiterate campesino, a small farmer from the village of Guadalupe Carney in the Aguan valley, which I visited a few weekends back. He is a prisoner in the Penal Center of El Porvenir near the city of La Ceiba, now for 8 years, for a crime which he did ...
... which is then covered with some filling, such as scrambled eggs mixed with fresh cheese, and refried black beans, and then folded over. A competition is opened and 10 women were registered and came with portable burners, corn masa pre-mixed, small tables and chairs. People came and ordered baleadas before the competition began. Then there was a contest judging time and flavour of baleadas made from scratch to the plate. The street beside the radio ...