Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trying to remove a very large tree stump from the area
we are building. After chopping as much as they could and cleaning out the area
around the roots, they tied a very thick metal chain around the stump and
attached the other end underneath our bus. It took quite a few attempts, but
eventually they were able to rip it out of the ground. Did I mention we travel
in a school bus??? The first few attempts were not successful, and part of the
... who will get killed next. Honduras remains the murder capital of the world (for countries not at war). An astounding number of lawyers and state prosecutors are being killed. Accountants who do their job are getting killed, in other words don't find anything wrong or else! The daily papers are filled with the previous day's murders, many involved in the drug trade but also a lot of ordinary citizens walking home, or children sent to the store, or an alarmingly high rate of murders ...
... from across the U.S. “The 25th anniversary year is a tremendous opportunity to recognize the commitment of Congressman McGovern and ERIC/Radio Progresso to human rights in El Salvador and Honduras respectively,” said Christopher Kerr, ISN executive director. Kerr continued, “The continued work of these honorees highlights the legacy of the Jesuit martyrs, inspiring us all to work for a more peaceful and just ...
... but the melody was to my ear definitely somewhat ¨ranchero¨ for all the songs. It was popular music in the sense of the music of the people, so the words come from elsewhere but the tune and rhythm was the music of the people.
When the liturgy ended people stayed and soon lovely tamales were served (corn paddies stuffed with chicken and sometimes cheese) and soft drinks. It took quite a while for everyone, including those standing in the ...
... br> The ceremony lasted a full three hours. After the communion liturgy there were a number of speakers ending with the new bishop. The clergy were sitting off the the sides of the altar which was on a raised platform. During the speeches many of the clergy removed their vestments and started to leave, along with many of the people who were baking in the heat. People were walking about and chatting before the final blessing. It was as if the master ...