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... plastic bottles that one finds in every home in Honduras.
Somehow the powers that be got two judges to sign writs of eviction against the Garifuna without due regard for property title or the rights of the Garifuna as communal land owners. Judges are routined removed from office when they rule against government initiatives, so getting these illegal court orders to legitimize the operation was probably not difficult but those judges are not available ...
... desk in the baggage claim area present your prepaid voucher and BOOM! Get on your shuttle bus!! Well all was good until every driver saw how much luggage we had compared to the space they had in the van. 3 large suitcases, 2 backpacks, 2 small suitcases, 1 stroller and 2 car seats!!! 2 airport trolleys worth of gear! We waited about 45 minutes for them (GOEXPRESS) to send an empty van around to pick us up and take us to our hotel. Our hotel is the Embassy ...
... there the kids wanted without feeling the need to 'have' to do Everything. Fun though. Targeted at younger kids but they both liked the slower pace and since its out of school holidays the place was almost deserted. Connor built a teepee. Aidan watched a time lapse of Trump Tower being built. Connor dug for dinosaurs and they both went climbing around like firemen. Complete kids zone.
But, the day was still 38+ and Connor found a fountain, so ...
... were huge! I imagined for a minute what it would be like to come face to face with these animals in the wild and I can tell you it would be terrifying!! I quickly shake that feeling off.
Inside Ancient Egypt was also interesting. I'm quite into mummies and the like and this exhibit had it all. I was however very surprised by the amount of children mummies they have. This I found quite upsetting, seeing their little bodies all wrapped up.
Definitely saw all ...
... and most of our concentration has been either where we are at that time or the next immediate destination. I do remember reading somewhere and at some time that you should book a trip to Alcatraz ahead. Well you know how it is! After all there are about eight crossings a day, one person shouldn't be a problem. I arrive at 10am on Thursday to find out that the next available crossing was for the following Wednesday. Well at $30 per trip that is what I would call the ...
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