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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 ...
... more comfortable.
Just before noon Melo and I went to the apartment of Dunia, who had traveled with us to the village of Guadalupe Carney on Monday. Juana, the wife of Chabelo who has been in jail for 6 years, had given Melo a leg of pork to take to his mother. Dunia got up early and baked the pork roast, and as well prepared a rice dish with saffron and a huge salad. We took Dunia and this banquet back to the home of Doņa Lita where many of the family had been gathering ...
... very itchy from so many mosquito bites.
Today, however, we all worked like beasts. El Jefe at Por Venir was expecting 40 volunteers, and we were only 25 when no one was sick, but I told Mario that were a hardworking group and up to the challenge. Not only did we meet the week’s goal, we exceeded it! The residents at Por Venir were so appreciative of our time there and when Mario stood up to speak this afternoon he could barely get the words out. Which, ...
... 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 ...
... we returned to El Ocote which is a picturesque little village with a church dedicated to the Peruvian Saint Martin de Porres for which the village is preparing for his feast day on November 3. We went to visit Ana's 95 year old paternal grandmother named Esther. We also met a fair number of aunts and uncles as we circled the village in the car. Throughout the evening we met all the siblings and in-laws, and a few babies.
Sunday morning Rosa had ...