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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... owned less than a hectare of land. In the context of the wave of neoliberal policies that spread throughout Latin America in the 90s and under the presidency of Rafael Leonardo Callejas, the Law for Agrarian Modernization (Ley de Modernización) was passed in 1992. This law transformed land into a typical commodity of a liberalized market in which supply and demand dictate the distribution of land rather than state intervention. Contrary to previous efforts at reducing ...
... which is where we stopped. The river was not fast flowing, as it is not raining as it should in what is normally the rainy season. If it had been raining we would not have been able to travel that road safely. To one side from where the water flowed there was a few small ponds leading to the shallow area where vehicles could cross. Isidora had brought a marvellous lunch of rice and chicken, almost a typical Peruvian arroz con pollo but the chicken ...
... security fund and has reduced public hospitals to a below minimal level of support, it is no surprise that babies are being placed in cardboard boxes. What is a problem for the government is that this situation was photographed and made public.
In August there will be an international conference of Mining Companies in San Pedro Sula. The president of the country, Juan Orlando Hernandez, in arrangements with the sinister World Bank, has declared that San Pedro Sula will ...
Well the LHS crew is KILLING IT on the work site! We only had a half day yesterday but today was a full work day; 4 hours in the morning and 3 after lunch. And tomorrow is gonna be super intense! We will be laying the floor at Guadalupe, one of the other schools that was started over winter break. 120 bags of cement! All hands on deck tomorrow for sure!
Sunday was a really special day. I got to see some more of my very close friends and visit two ...
... dollar. So one Lempira is worth just a fraction above 5 cents ((US). You get the picture - you do not buy very much in Honduras for L.1. A two litre bottle of Pepsi cost me L.35 the other night as we had visitors in the house and we needed something to go with the rum which cost only L285 for a one litre bottle of 7 year old Flor de Caña. (The country also produces coins: the Lempira has 100 cents and there are 5, 20 and 50 cent coins.) The workers are provided with ...