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... Without a doubt GILDAN donates $millions to local and national politicians who provide such favorable slave conditions. GILDAN, along with other foreign maquillas does not pay taxes and does not even pay for the energy provided from the public grid. The burden of the maquillas is passed on to the average home owners. Honduras has opened free trade zones, where international companies can operate without fear of unions, environmental restrictions and certainly not ...
... Honduras such threats are taken seriously. The priest was replaced with another priest who also supports the people, but so far he is OK. The government officially gave the mining concession to a son-in-law of Miguel Facusse, one of the richest and most powerful men in Honduras. They boast about the money they give the Cardinal, of course for the church but assuring the Cardinal's support of the military government and the wealthy 17 families who virtually own the ...
... Gracie, against THREE full teams from Virginia Tech. No, not at the same time J We did a Round Robin type of game, where teams switched out after the opposing team scored 2 goals. So, of course, I was goalie for our team. Let's just say that we were on that field for 5 straight games! We won our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd game 2-0. Game 4 was 2-1, and game 5 we also won 2-0. Unfortunately, after playing 5 straight games ...
... help of levers. Another 20 minutes and we were ready to roll. And we were only an hour late. Thankful that we were not stranded in the middle of nowhere.
We arrived at Copan Ruinas just an hour before sunset. Unlike the bigger Honduran cities, this one is more laid back and full of foreign tourists out to visit the ruins. We had enough time to get settled at our hotel and a brief walk through the quiet Parque Central. The Bajaj manufactured three wheeler ...
... thermal waters and the marvelous tranquility as we were the only persons present.
Returning to El Ocote we found that Rosa had prepared a large pot of beef soup filled with vegetables. Rosa also made fresh tortillas and her tortillas were the best I have tasted in Honduras. They are so simple to make (apparently) but everyone somehow is able to make them differently. When I get back to the Island I will try again as previous attempts have been ...