Hotel Casa Maria
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that are in the field of communications: radio, TV, audio-visual productions, and publications. It is not that Melo had some spare time that needed to be filled, as he was already replacing two Jesuits in what used to be separate efforts - the radio station (RP) and the investigative and communication center (ERIC) Two young women had come to El Progreso for a one day workshop with the team of RP-ERIC to inform them about the work of C-CAM - the Commission for Media in ...
... mother Lita and the family. There are two women in the home who work and support the family of 6 women (young and old). Ines has been working for years as a teacher's assistant in a small private school. As teachers are not well paid, I must assume that teacher's assistants are paid less. Ines has two daughters, the eldest is in her second year of university studying psychology. The youngest is only in grade 1. In 2002 Ines began taking part time courses in education so that ...
... into Villa Soleada. Other than our dinner tonight, my breakfast and lunch were slightly Americanized: Dunkin Donuts and Wendy's :o
Yesterday was our last day of work and we laid the entire floor at Jose Cecilio de Valle. 4 classrooms and the walkway. I was really excited to actually work on the floor after all the cement had been poured. Usually I just help pass the buckets and I have never gotten to be a part of the after-effects. What a ...
... hugging us and saying how happy they were that we were back. I'm sorry- did I say this was going to be a short entry? Whoops. And buy the way I'm doing this all on my cell phone. Just in case anyone was wondering lol. The best part back in Villa? Seeing Yolanda, Juan Carlos, and all my kids from the children's homes!!! They have truly become like family to me over the years and I love them so much. (Sorry ...
... for this occasion. After the elders, including myself, had our dance with the "santa", the younger men among the invitees all showed their anxiousness to dance with Alejandra. Ana Lessy spoke to the guests telling them that after the waltz the music was from then on the music of the young folk and it was up to the rest of us just to grin and bear not only the music but the loudness. However it seems that many of the adults were just as happy with the Latino selections of ...