Hotel Casa Del Arbol Galerias
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... restricted to those which are Jesuit affiliated). One came from the Jesuit Center in Guatemala and the other came from El Salvador. It turned out to my surprise that the main Honduran member of C-CAM was my comadre, Jennifer Avila, who has been involved almost since the beginning of her relationship with Radio Progreso. Jennifer is a university trained journalist who has specialized in audio-visual productions and many of the videos on YouTube attributed to RP-ERIC are produced ...
... obtain a better job. Some years she was not able to study. Ines is a most hard working woman and from what I have seen, she is the one who keeps things together. This year she finished her courses and the necessary practicum programs in order to obtain her teaching certificate. She had to travel to the city of Yoro with some documents to get them officially recognized and stamps with the signature of some person from the "Direction" - equivalent to branch of the Ministry of ...
... lengthy process to smooth out that cement floor! And, as I may have mentioned before, the Hondurans take a lot of pride in their work so every aspect is near perfect. Incredible work ethic. Nelle and I worked with Wilson and Leo in room 2, and pretty much helped to complete the entire room. Unfortunately when we left at 4:30, there was still a good amount to be finished but the workers were actually done by 5:30, so not too bad. And luckily we still ...
... mini-cheese-out) My friend Luis came to visit with his little boy Justin, who I have been dying to meet. Such a cutie!!!! Dinner was tacos (Honduran style), followed by some free time and orientation and some ice breakers. I finally got my stuff organized and took a shower- TMI? But OMG is it humid here!!! The cool shower always feels soooooo nice too. Heading to bed but hopefully more mañana! Buenas ...
... as people were up on the floor dancing until 1 am. There was a short break when a lovely meal of saffron vegetable rice, pureed potatoes and chicken baked in a cream sauce was served. It was a loud and fun evening with a lot of dancing that I could not avoid. (In Peru my dancing style was characterized as movement by someone who lacked hips.) Again in very explicit ways I was acknowledged and welcomed into the family. I helped a bit with the cleanup and drove back ...