Copantl Hotel y Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... who will get killed next. Honduras remains the murder capital of the world (for countries not at war). An astounding number of lawyers and state prosecutors are being killed. Accountants who do their job are getting killed, in other words don't find anything wrong or else! The daily papers are filled with the previous day's murders, many involved in the drug trade but also a lot of ordinary citizens walking home, or children sent to the store, or an alarmingly high rate of murders ...
... over shirt, and one pair of shoes for each child. The prices were ridiculous, the t-shirts cost as much almost as the shoes. Magna chose to buy more formal shoes that the children could wear to school, so she tried to gage what size the children would be needing in the new school year. It was a slow process but in the end it only cost around $100 for everything for the 5 children. Walking back to the radio station I wondered if Magna had any supper so I just outright asked her what ...
... shortly after 10 a.m. and were allowed to drive into the enclosure surrounding the prison. Melo had prepared for Chabelo a survival kit of things he would need in prison, personal items, some dry food and that type of thing. Many women and children were walking into the prison area too, for Sunday is a day to visit prisoners. We met a rather jovial prison official who mistook me for Padre Roberto (the elder gringo priest who lives with Melo). Roberto visits regularly the prison in ...
... contributed baskets of food nicely wrapped in coloured plastic wrap to be used as prizes throughout the day. The baskets were quite generous and people were more than anxious to get involved. The team of RP and ERIC were incredible, multifaceted and capable of doing so much together to make this event a success.
In the evening I found little Sol Alejandra, my future God-daughter tomorrow, being passed around by all her aunties at the radio ...
... of difficult to see the progress, because it was a lot of foundation work, mostly at the top of the walls. But figure, 6 hours a day of hardcore manual labor, we definitely did a lot!
Back in Villa we were off to play even more soccer (can there really ever be too much?). It was about 6 gringas versus 2 Honduran boys. Little ones. And we definitely held our own! I scored! And the best part about one of my goals was that I was playing goalie! No, I did ...