Hotel Casa Maria
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and fruit juice. The following day the family made a trip to the cemetery to leave flowers and the panel board presented by Sandra. Also this week I have learned of the death of two priest friends in Latin America. Fr. Denis Hebert was a diocesan priest well into his 80's and lived in Nicaragua. I first met Denis in Peru as he worked at the Canadian mission in Km 22 in the northern sector of LIma, while I worked in Km 11. Denis was a priest of the diocese of ...
... 4 wheel drive to get over the hill and we made it back to the house of Saul to pick up some of his family who wanted to attend the Easter Vigil with Melo in Nueva Esperanza. In all the communities there was a full celebration of the Easter Vigil led by local "delegates" or leaders. In Nueva Esperanza Melo had Olga stand beside him for the entire liturgy except when she was involved in other aspects of the celebration. She had everything organized including the building of a ...
... through the air conditioned interior of a very large modern mall.
Video: Honduran highway near Sula
And that is exactly what we encountered when our minibus docked at one of the numbered gates at the large terminal swarming with fully armed military police at every corner. It was a long walk from one end to another as we would our way through the crowds past all manner of shops, food court and ticket counters to find the one for Copan Ruinas. ...
... is a daughter only 14 years old, Alejandra.
Ana's family life turned tragic 6 years ago. Ana and her husband went shopping for the week's groceries. While unloading their car they were approached by a young man on a bicycle who pulled out a gun to rob them. Osman was shot and died soon after. Ana's family became another statistic in the murder capital of the world. Life is so cheap and everyone becomes a victim. So the task of being a single parent, ...
... by the police and we sat under the shade of a tree to talk. Chabelo is definitely not a happy man, but to me he sounded strong. The prison has blocked all cell phone reception which obviously affects the authorities as well as the prisoners. So to get cell phone service they must leave the prison or climb the mountain, so Chabelo will go with them and use his cell phone to speak to his wife and children. We stayed with Chabelo only for about an hour. I told him that more people in ...