Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... What is not standard, however, is that the fact that a typical privately run bilingual school tuition is anywhere from $100-$2000 per month, and students of the Villa Bilingual school pay a fee of $20 per month. Most of the children that live in Villa attend school on scholarships, and there are students from neighboring villages who are welcome with the nominal fee. While most privately run schools use the tuition money to fill their pockets, ...
... 2013/ may/15/san-pedro-sula-honduras-most-vio lent). OK mum - you can look again. In the bus station (metal detectors, scanners, frisking, shooters everywhere) we had time for a coffee (hooray) and a local Honduran delicacy of a tortilla with beans. I took a sip of the coffee - delicious by all accounts - but slightly too hot, so I put it on the floor only to hoof it over 30 seconds later - just as our bus was called. No matter - I’d pick one up in ...
... Mary (The Assumption and the Immaculate Conception) do more to make Mary into a type of comic strip hero figure with exceptional powers, so much so that even in the pontificate of the previous Pope, Ben 16, there were some strong Vatican forces who wanted Mary to be declared as "co-redeemer" along with Jesus. No wonder Catholics are accused of "Mariolatry". As a former member of a religious group known as "the Oblates of Mary Immaculate", I remember December 8 as a major ...
... life and times of great poverty, the murder of her husband and the death of 4 children. She was delighted that so many of her children, grandchildren and friends could be present to celebrate with her. Melo spoke of the time 25 years ago when the 6 Jesuits were killed at the UCA (University of El Salvador) and his mother phoned him and told him that as a Jesuit he had to prepare himself to follow in their footsteps, even knowing the risks.
After the mass, I began to serve ...
... and decided what else to do in the heat. After a while, we decided to see if we could find a couple of theatres to look at the architecture and wandered off. An hour and a half later, we were back at the guesthouse dripping. We're getting to old for this much heat. I think if possible, maybe we can find somewhere with a pool! After trying to cool down in our room and the downstairs lounge, we decided that we would walk to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility