Copantl Hotel y Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... its mobile equipment ready to transport to the central plaza of the city, but I am doubtful that permits were required or requested. One truck was dropping off equipment and then some people at the starting point of the march, so I caught a ride to that point even though it was a bit early. Still some others were arriving and quickly I was spotted by Jennifer and baby Sol. My evening was already complete. Jennifer's two younger sisters were also with her. People with banners ...
... was back! Wilson!! Missed him, as we spent a whole week in Democracia together last summer. Wilson and Juan Carlos had approached me last night to let me know about a fundraiser they were doing. Villa Soleada doesn't have a church, so the more religious people here have to go outside to other facilities. They have been trying to raise money to build a church here, so they sold raffle tickets where anyone who bought could win a prize, Each ticket costs 10 ...
... s culture is willing to inflict on another in a very open and conspicuous manner. So it was with great interest that on Easter Sunday as we drove back to El Progreso from a week in the countryside I was able to speak to two people who worked at one of the Canadian GILDAN plants in Northern Honduras. They were a couple with a small child and were returning from a weekend with relatives in the area where Melo was ministering over the Holy Week. Both persons worked in one of ...
... the church for the initial ceremony of light. Melo said later that Olga reminded him of the gospel stories about how the women were there at the cross when the men fled. He said that Olga was like Mary Magdalene, faithful woman and early church leader.
There was a personal touch to this celebration for me. I noticed Maria Francisca holding the youngest daughter of Olga but little Roxana had fallen asleep on the church bench in front of her and was not safe. I moved over to ...
This morning I headed to the bank on Utila to get out enough money for my dive course, which amazingly I only owed £210 for the 7 dives and 8 nights accommodation! Then I headed with our friend Johno to get a nutella and banana crepe for brunch, and Ali joined us there on her way back from the bank as well. Once we were all paid up and checked out it was time to say our very sad goodbyes ...