Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... of El Salvador, Oscar Romero. Such is the church in the Americas - deeply polarized because of different fundamental understandings of the role of church since the time of the conquest. The new Pope perhaps is going to shake things up a bit - the talk is there and we will see if anything actually changes.
The people at the radio and at ERIC are quite exceptional. Dedicated and aware of their ability to influence society, they work long hours promoting ...
... bought plastic plates and forks, considering that we expected upwards of 40 people or more.
Saturday morning I started working on cutting the chicken pieces into the required size. I decided to also add some chorizo sausage, which I have done at home. I prepared the cilantro sauce (here in Honduras they say "culantro" as in Peru) with a few jalapeņo peppers as it seems that here the picante is very moderate. Jalapeņos were the only spicy peppers in the market. I set up ...
... of intentional homicide in the world (82/100,000 in 2010).
The good news, there are many positive efforts being made throughout the country but as the above summary points out, the challenges are many. We are here to learn more about one company’s efforts to build and develop sustainable entry-level housing communities in Latin America. HOLA is a for-profit, privately owned ...
... know how to dress for a party so they came decked out regardless of the heat and humidity! We also found a book of cat masks, and a party was started.
In other news, the U.S. Military has set up a base in the neighboring town of Nacco to set up schools and clinics. They come into Cofradia often to go shopping and we have had a few conversations with them. It seems like they are a troop made of engineers etc, here to build schools ...
... on you, one on each wrist and one on your shoulder. It was fun but Marisa was wearing a sweater that they didn't like and they tried to nibble at it causing some holes, sorry Marisa :,( . We continued through the trails and saw a lot more birds and then headed back to the b&b. We were going to take the 2:30pm bus back to San Pedro Sula so we had to get packed and catch a tuk-tuk to the bus station. The bus ride back was smooth but really cold, the AC worked overtime and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool