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 ...
... Maria Francisca. The road suddenly climbed and then dropped so suddenly that Melo could not see the road below us. Apparently someone before us had been foolish enough to drive down and had made it out with 4 wheel drive. Melo was not worried! There we met Maria Francisca and her husband, and her daughter Olga who had two young daughters.
Maria Francisca served us a lovely lunch of hot tamales and a huge slice of squash that had been cooked in syrup. Both were delicious. I ...
... 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. ...
Early Saturday morning I went to the radio station to get the pickup truck for the weekend trip to Sta. Barbara. Melo insisted that the truck would be better and more economical as it was diesel and he was paying for the fuel. However my luck with pickups seemed to be somewhat dubious this weekend. Melo's truck would not be returning until late afternoon, and the replacement truck, a Ford, had a flat tire. It was taken off to the garage, and then had some minor ...
... His original conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court but authorities refused to release him and he was tried again with newly fabricated evidence by his main accuser Henry Osorto, a former military and at that time a high ranking police officer. Osorto was working in collaboration with Miguel Facusse, the largest landowner in Honduras, to evict the community of Guadalupe Carney and add the communal lands to the collection of Facusse. Some members of the campesino ...