Hotel Portal del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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It's 1pm Sunday afternoon and I am sat in our bedroom writing this after a tiring morning playing with the children.
The last day and half has been busy and full of discovering new things and meeting new people. I finished my last blog in La Esperanza so I'll continue from 2pm Saturday.
After getting back to El Carrizal, Noel and I picked up the children from our house. We have two siblings, Heyson who is 11 and Keylin who is 5. They are very cute ...
... up with meetings, so I was able to spend some time at the Center catching up. In the afternoon there was an "Forum" on Mining, as on the first Friday of each month the Radio hosts a forum on some current topic with some invited guests. The two speakers were Pedro Landa, an environmental activist and part of the ERIC research staff and Padre Cesar from the town of Arizona where we were a few days ago. Both speakers brought new insights to the complex problem of the ...
... in the constitution allowing the President to run for office for a second time. No one is surprised nor fooled by this measure, as it has happened in other countries such as NIcaragua. Even in Canada the Prime Minister was caught trying to shift the balance in the Supreme Court by nominating a candidate who was unfit for the job. In Honduras there is great cynicism as it opens the way to another electoral process that everyone knowns will be fraudulent and a waste of ...
... at you and trying to take your bags from you. After a bit of haggling, I gave the name of the only backpackers in Teguc and proceeded to get into the most beaten up car that I've ever seen and sat there for a couple of minutes while he tried to start the bloody thing. Needing to put faith into these taxi drivers is an understatement, they barely seem to know where they are going ...
... Because of the security detail, it seemed the people in and around the plaza were as interested in looking at us as we were in looking at them.
The inside of the church is very colorful. I do not believe I have ever seen the primary colors used so predominantly in a church. The colors and the Baroque style made it very eye-catching. The people we observed in the church praying seemed to be very poor.
Just a couple ...