Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The goals were formed by standing up two cinder blocks on each end of the field. We had so much fun! And I kicked ass in goal too. At the end of the day before we got back on the bus, we challenged some of the little kids from Democracia to a game, chicos versus chicas. The chicas won!!
When we got back to Villa a little after 4, it had started to rain, But soccer is at 4, regardless of the weather. So we were out on the cancha in the pouring ...
... still at the coffee stand getting our morning hit. The air steward found us at the counter and told us the plane was ready to go but unfortunately we couldn’t take our coffee on board. No matter - we’ll grab one on the plane (see photo). OK - maybe not - but we’ll be in Honduras airport in an hour so we’ll get one there. We jumped on the plane and they shut the door - with only us on board. I thought of Martha and what she had told ...
... me with great warmth and generosity. I am surprised by the normality of their lives in such difficult circumstances. Melo's family have accepted me as part of the family, and in them I see people supporting one another in extraordinary ways, especially in dealing with family members with difficult health issues.
I have met many foreigners who are working at the grass roots level without much institutional protection. Such are persons like Greg, whom I ...
When I arrived in Honduras, Melo announced to his famiiy that I would be cooking the dinner for Doņa Lita. After two previous birthday parties, I was growing somewhat nervous as birthdays are big events here. As well, I was beginning to realize that the Moreno Coto family living in this area was large.
I came on Wednesday evening to the home of Doņa Lita as Melo had a two day trip to Guatemala. Thursday afternoon I was to go shopping for some of the things I needed... My ...
... got lost. The driver of our bus insisted on having the lights on in the main part of the bus (it was dark by this point) so we looked just like what we were; a very conspicuous bunch of lost tourists who were ripe to be robbed. At one point there were 5 men with machine guns observing us (this is not a joke) at which point we were all losing our sense of humour and telling nancy that if we didn't get barricaded into our hotel soon then we were going to insist the ...