Hotel Maya Copan
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... and found a box of candles. That was sufficient to get a few things done, but I accepted the darkness as an invitation to an early night to bed and one of the best nights sleep yet.
Sunday August 9
On my account Melo agreed to take a day off, almost, as I had told him that I wanted to take coffee back to Canada. Melo suggested that we return to the village of San Luis Planes in the mountains of Sta. Barbara which I had visited in October 2014. Melo has ...
... only TWO other Lawrence kids and a few SHH members and some of the volunteer teachers from the bilingual school. Let's just say it was not pretty.. not even close. Even though we were off to an awesome start of 4-0, we got tired quickly, it was hot as hell, and we didn't have many subs. Oh, and it was a FULL 60 minute game with NO HALFTIME!! So no water break or rest of any kind. Let's just say I got the **** beat out of me, by the multitude of goals, the turf ...
... turn to be abused and discarded. The need to go to the bathroom is a sign of an uncooperative employee as it would affect a particular production line and all employees in that line would have a lower production and a lower pay scale. So how much are workers paid? As many know my angst with GILDAN comes with a lovely sweatshirt with hood that was gifted to me on my birthday last year. It is soft, and warm, and very comfortable - everything you would want in a sweatshirt. ...
... morning as Melo had received a phone call that his mother was quite ill.
By 5:30 we were up and getting ready, we had a lovely breakfast of tortillas, black beans, cheese and scrambled eggs, that was proceeded by the juice of a coconut. Of course rich black coffee came. We could not leave before 7 because Melo had agreed to take a couple and their child to El Progreso. This turned out to be most interesting as the couple both worked in one of the infamous GILDAN sweatshops. ...
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Miguel hosted me again on Thursday night in La Ceiba and introduced me to gafete, a hondurian drink similar to jagermeister. It's about as palatable. I also broke open my previous purchase of Hondrian rot-gut rum, a 375ml bottle that Miguel challenged me to split with him, before the gafete. Oh ya- and tequila and tequila-mangosteen fruit.
I actually remained relatively sober ...