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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... family (leading land barons involved in the African Palm oil extraction business that is extremely damaging to the land, but also brings with it land conflicts as the land barons always want more land which results in pushing small farmers off of their small plots of land).
At the time of his death Carlos Escaleras was very involved in the local parish (a Jesuit parish and hence the Melo connection) in the area of human rights and he was also ...
... returned to the Center where we met with some of the American group who were visiting. Jennifer called me to join her and the group who were about to leave. I didn't know where we were headed but Melo was going to be busy for the morning so I went along. We headed off to San Pedro Sula (SPS) and the airport reception center for persons being deported from the USA back to Honduras. Some days there are two flights, filled with Hondurans living and working illegally in ...
... game too :D AND I was recruited to play with the Honduran gals!! Plus a few of the teachers from the bilingual school. I won't say it wasn't painful to play... as in I needed help every time I had to get up from the ground lol. Hey I'm an old girl! Playing with college students in their early twenties. I think I held myself pretty well!
Wednesday was another work day in Villa, with more plastering! Of course, this followed our awesome morning of leadership training. Have ...
... with me a small black and white fuzzy image, and the news that baby Sol will be by the end of the year a "big" sister.
This part of the day with these two baby girls was most beautiful, but leaving me with mixed feelings about leaving. Being a senior citizen perhaps allows me to be more openly emotional, and less rational about these developing relationships.
Much of my time in the afternoon I wandered about the facilities of ...
... Magna the following day to accompany her to COPPROME for the allowed 2 hour weekly visit. Later that afternoon we stopped and Dunia bought a new cell phone for Magna (total cost $20) which really is essential to maintain contact. Thursday afternoon I met Magna near a downtown hotel, unfortunately I was on the wrong side but I used my new cell phone to call Magna's cell phone and it worked. Soon we were on our way to the orphanage with Magna and the baby ...