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... be a part of! I never worked at that site but all of the Virginia Tech students were recognized and acknowledged, the local TV station was there, and the ribbon cutting was very emotional for many. (I may or may not have gotten a little teary) From Panchame we were off to our worksite for the week, a school in Por Venir. They have an existing school already, which was actually one of the first schools built by SHH, but we will be adding 3 ...
... which meant the the whole street was able to share the loud music - but not bad music. Jennifer and Josue retired early after the baby fell asleep, I stayed up only a short time to read and then went to bed. The music must have kept me awake for at least 2 minutes.
Sunday morning was most relaxing until a fellow came by to cut the grass with a loud whipper-snipper at 6:30 am. I am sure the neighbours were not thrilled. After breakfast and the babies bath I was driven to ...
... well prepared. The meals were traditional Honduran: black beans, rice, scrambled eggs with tomato, some meat for the main meal in the afternoon, some fresh cheese and of course corn tortillas.
We met at the radio station at 7 a.m. and traveled in the company trucks. In Honduras the law is quite strict that only two persons are allowed in the front seat of a pickup truck and both must use the seat belt. However there is no restriction or regulation about how many can ...
... finally let her enter the country, without her books. (Harper's thought police in action)
Karla and a friend from a women's rights organization had traveled from Tegucigalpa, so Melo had them stay in his house overnight. The visitor section of the second floor has a separate space that could accommodate up to 6-8 visitors. Knowing that Karla would be here, a larger crowd assembled in the house bringing take out food (Honduran style - with fried ...
... In all about 10 members of Radio Progreso will be attending. This is a trip I am very much looking forward to, and I am sure it will be a profound experience. We return Friday.
Experience 1: Melo offered to take one of the women workers from RP to her home not far from when he lives but over some of the worst roads in Central America and still in the city. As we approached her neighborhood Melo asked me to lower my window. The reason is that ...