Hilton Princess San Pedro Sula
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... or girlfriends. Officially the government has dictated that not all murders should be recorded or reported so that it would appear to foreign investors or lending agencies that the reality in Honduras is improving. No one is fooled but it serves the interests of countries like Canada which has entered a free trade agreement and claims to be concerned about human rights. It is all white wash but the grim reality is only worse than last year. Add to that the crisis of migration - ...
... leading east, just across from the GILDAN sweatshop. As we entered the grounds I was impressed by how clean and tidy everything was. We pulled into Providence House and were met by some of the staff. Magna was reminded of the time frame for the visit. The elderly Sister arrived so I went over to talk to her. Sister Teresita told me she belonged to the Notre Dame order of nuns, so I told her that I worked close to some Notre Dame nuns in Peru. She asked if I remembered their names and ...
... grass and when necessary climbs the mountain behind the prison to clear the pipes bringing water to the prison. When he goes up into the mountain he asks for a police guard, just so that he cannot be accused of trying to escape and end up being shot in the back. A while back there was a contract put out to kill Chabelo in the prison, which is one reason he has been separated from the main prison population.
Chabelo soon came out to join us and he took a bench from a lunch ...
Today has been a very pleasant and relaxed day, dedicated to doing some reading. Through a friend I have connected with Mary Durran who works with the Canadian Development and Peace organization. She has a journalistic interest in Central America and has a blog which touches on some relevant issues in this part of the world.
On her blog there are two short reflections on a small community called San Francisco here in Honduras ...
... t hesitate to put on their new shorts right away. It was so exciting to see them all so happy.
After, we had our last group reflection. For the first time I had to pass on speaking (I know, shocking right?) I was so choked up I couldn’t talk. Just being sad about leaving, how much I am going to miss everyone, but most of all being so scared that I am going to lose someone else about whom I care very much. I really have been an emotional wreck. ...