Copantl Hotel y Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... This visit was also a celebration because it was the 6th birthday of little Harry. Magna had gone to a bakery and bought a birthday cake and had also brought some plastic toys for little Harry. I stopped at a service station and bought some Coke and Sprite to make sure that the kids would end up with a sugar high when we left. The children were waiting for us and it was a very happy reunion with a lot of excitement. The tone was quite different than ...
The ride from Lake Yajoa to the border town of Copan Ruinas (yes, the town was named after the World Heritage Site that was just a km outside) required us to change buses at San Pedro Sula, Honduras' second city. This was not the most optimal in terms of distance as it required the traversal of the two orthogonal sides of a right triangle, but the hypotenuse did not exist due to geographical hurdles (like the Santa Barbara mountains). The first order of business was ...
... decisions, but she intervened and got the decision reversed.
So yesterday Maria and I took Magna shopping. We scapped the idea to buy some toys because new toys for 5 children among a total of 43 would just not work. It was either buy 43 toys or none. Instead we decided to take Magna out to let her pick out clothing for the children, giving her some say and power as a mother to chose her children's clothing. We bought one pair of underwear for each child, one t-shirt or ...
... Magna on the radio letting her tell her story. He has received positive feedback indicating greater compassion than the hate wave generated by the sensationalist press.
What is missing? In a patriarchal, macho world there is no attempt to find the father and hold him to account for abandoning his wife and 5 children leaving them in such a desperate situation. All the burden and blame falls on the woman.
Magna is living with a brother and his family, sort ...
... peoples. In this there was an obvious clash with more conservative elements who represented a more stagnant unchanging model of Christianity which dominated really until Vatican II in 1962-1965. If you have seen the movie "The Mission" you have a glimpse of the conflict surrounding the Jesuits - it is a "true" story in that in a condensed version 150 years is portrayed in a short period of the life of two fictitious Jesuits whose commitment to the poor ...