Hotel Casa Maria
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of my god-daughter have both been infected with the chikungunya. There is no treatment available and the use of aspirin for the joint pain is not recommended. And to finish off, the assassination of a high profile lawyer, former president of the Supreme Court of Justice, José Eduardo Gauggel, the 91st lawyer assassinated since 2010. He was killed along with his son who was a sitting parliamentarian for the opposition party "Libre". Now there is less opposition to the ...
... commonly referred to as auto-rickshaws or just autos in India) were in full force here as in the other Honduran cities. Their high pitched rrr rrr rrr whine transported us all the way to Bangalore or Bombay. Enroute to Sula earlier that morning we had even seen signs for "Bajaj and TVS spare parts"
We revised our history of Mayan culture and chronology of the monarchs that ruled Copan to prepare for our visit to the ruins the next day.
... go home to feed the baby and get back to work on time. Very few people have pension plans or are employed where some social security benefits are included. Teachers have a union which has in recent years, especially since the military coup of 2009, been severely weakened. They have paid into a pension plan which unlike Canadian pensions are not managed independently. Typically as with any government department in Honduras, it seems that the pension funds ...
... the house in white buckets. As the country is totally open for business, the municipal water supply has been privatized. Its' purpose is no longer to provide water to the city but to make a profit while keeping the upper class happy. People get charged whether or not they get water, and the richer areas have water in abundance. Having a "shower" using only 1/2 a bucket of water is possible, a bit awkward, but possible.
We left early for the prison near La Ceiba where ...
... all these levels of corruption were intertwined and robbed the people of their right to a good life. The women were very appreciative and offered Melo some money to pay for his gas, which Melo returned to them for their own program needs. Generosity abounds!
In the afternoon we returned to the radio station which was preparing for a major event called the Festival of the Baleadas. A Baleada is something like a taco. It is a freshly made ...