Copantl Hotel y Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... war lasted only 100 hours and ended with an O.A.S. organized agreement and about 5000 killed, soldiers and civilians. Mixed in this mess were immigration issues with thousands of Salvadorans living in Honduras to escape the violence in E.S.) The protestors had blocked the small bridge at Quebrada Seca at 5:15 am in a surprise move, although it happened elsewhere in the country at the same time. I was with Melo for his morning program at 5:30 and that is ...
... the needs of women, both individually and collectively. Individually there is a focus on some women, such as Margarita Murillo, who represents the "campesina" (peasant, rural) woman among the poorest in the country in all ways -without rights, without education, and without the right to own her own body. Margarita as well represents the woman who is killed in Honduras on average every 16 hours, killed by her partner, domestic assault, in a reality where 93% of murders of women are ...
... not cut and the march proceeded peacefully to the main plaza and ended with the singing of the National Anthem.
At the beginning of the march I saw Jennifer with baby Sol. Jennifer and Josue were both involved in the music so I took the baby for a walk and then carried her for about 1/2 hour, so my day was at that point most happy and complete. Jennifer had been up at 4 am to visit another city and to conduct some interviews for the radio station, so she went home with the ...
... After the cameras leave, the children are simply told to go home and disappear. Nothing is done to address the situation that causes so many thousands of children to risk their lives in walking north. These 16,000 are the lucky ones, other than those who made it and managed to disappear inside the USA. Along the route, through Guatemala and especially Mexico, these children, often traveling without adults, are susceptible to the purely criminal intent of the military and criminal ...
... and dear to my heart. (Honduras really brings out the cheesy side of me :) After breakfast at the lodge and a walking tour of Villa Soleada, led by the one and only Shin Fujiyama, founder of Students Helping Honduras, we took a short bus ride to el Porvenir. For those of you who don't know, Julia and I broke ground on that school over winter break. To see in person the progress that has been made over the last six months is nothing short of mind-blowing. ...