Copantl Hotel y Club
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... just became a game of keep-away, which proved very
entertaining for him! I am proud to share that ONCE I was able to touch the
ball as he showed off his fancy footwork.
This afternoon we spent hanging out with the Villa kids and
they were so excited to get all of the pictures I printed for them from the
last 3 summers I was here. But then kids I didn’t even know started asking for
pictures of them, which, obviously, I didn’t ...
... this up with breathless reports about the number of incidents per minute. Our experience with similar cities elsewhere in the world had given us the confidence to find our way through these trouble spots and not to expect to be kidnapped the moment we got off a bus. We inquired about the bus transfer and were pleasantly surprised to learn that Sula had a very modern bus terminal hub that catered to all destinations and that our transfer would be no more than a ...
... warm water.
The teams of RP and ERIC are quite diverse. Most are Catholic to some degree, but there are some from other Christian churches and even one who is Mormon. Some profess no faith. Yet they are all committed to the "Social Apostolate" of the Jesuit Province of Central America. The Jesuits have developed a very progressive vision statement and analysis of the reality of Central America from which they work in schools, universities, parishes and marginalized ...
... black beans and grilled meat with different sauces) and cans of chilled beer.
Again Melo broadcast his evening program America Libre via SKYPE from the house interviewing Karla and other guests. Many of the women were from different women's groups who are quite involved in human rights work. I was surrounded by these marvellous strong women whose determination and courage is simply incredible. Of course Melo took advantage of Karla's presence ...
... from an intense experience in Austin Texas with some academics who had organized a conference dealing with the migration crisis that is for those in the southern USA a very hot topic. Melo was invited because of his expertise and writing on the subject as it relates to the reality of Honduras which produces the greatest number of refugee migrants. In Texas he was taken to a detention center, which is operated by the government but contracted out to a ...