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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... but I was somewhat curious to observe. At no point did I consider killing a chicken myself, and after watching the first two, I decided to go play soccer with the kids at the site. There are two standard ways of killing chickens here: chopping off the head with a machete, or snapping the chicken’s neck by swinging it. I have always used the phrase “running around like a chicken with its head cut off,” but I never actually witnessed what that ...
... accepted because of her high marks. The youngest is Gabriela, a most beautiful 10 year old who is a dynamo personality and totally delightful. Ramon is a mechanical engineer and with Letti have a successful business in construction supplies. Letti made a fabulous dinner with barbecued meat and vegetables. The marinade used some citric juice and it made the meat something exquisite and delicious. We spent the evening in conversation helped by some Chilean wine. In the morning Melo ...
... we returned to El Ocote which is a picturesque little village with a church dedicated to the Peruvian Saint Martin de Porres for which the village is preparing for his feast day on November 3. We went to visit Ana's 95 year old paternal grandmother named Esther. We also met a fair number of aunts and uncles as we circled the village in the car. Throughout the evening we met all the siblings and in-laws, and a few babies.
Sunday morning Rosa had ...
... knew about his case and wished him well. Chabelo spoke of his special relationship to Melo, who is not just his main defender and the force behind the incredible work done by the people at RP and ERIC, but Melo is also his "compadre" as Melo agreed to be the god-father for Chabelo's youngest son also named Ismael. To be a compadre is to be bonded in a more personal way - this works both ways as Melo is very sensitive to the needs of the family and looks for ways to support Chabelo's wife ...