Hotel Casa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... 8211; Xiao Hua.
The rest of the night was spent packing, repacking, reorganizing, dropping off the remaining donations, and just hanging out for the last time. Just so all of you know how dedicated I am to doing this blog, it is now 2:00am and I haven’t even looked through the 370+ pictures from today to decide which ones I will upload. I am so sunburned, bitten up, heat rashy, and have very puffy legs/ankles from all the bites. Honduras really kicked my ass this time ...
... a few water parks around and not so much to do outdoors other than stay in a cool, shaded area. The flowers are beautiful - many tropical flowers of varying sorts and the colors of the birds are beautiful. I also saw 2 sorts of lizards - both of which are quite fast. One sort ran on its two back legs - was strange to watch! They were quite small. The other kind was much larger - like the size of your arm. Pretty countryside!! Enjoyed my ...
... para-police (Tigres), and rich oligarchs (including about ten very wealthy families).
Corruption throughout society is so pervasive that people trying to make a living often have to pay extortion money not only to gangs, but also to the police.
Now, with a growing number of U.S. military bases of occupation, and the murderous dictatorship of Juan Orlando Hernandez solidified, profits are basically guaranteed for transnational sweatshops in what ...
... it did not have the pledge to the flag ritual. Students received their diplomas individually rather than in groups. As you will see in the photos - students wore gown and cap, just as at the university level in Canada. Each group of graduates - Letters/ Sciences and Computation/Communication had its own valedictorian (both young women) who spoke well and briefly. Then each student was introduced as a graduate and exited alone down the main aisle (without padrinos) to awaiting family ...
... us for lunch.
In the evening I returned to the radio station with Pedro to meet Melo who was already there, to participate in a round table discussion in a daily program called "America Libre". I became more Honduran when Melo presented me with a cell phone that he had bought so that we would be in contact when either of us were about different tasks. Cell phones are inexpensive (relatively) and it seems almost everyone has a cell phone!