Hilton Princess San Pedro Sula
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... kids from the girls’ home came over to the
hotel with Yolanda (love her!) with a cake to surprise Scarlet for her
birthday. I was so happy to see all of them and give them their pictures too!
Tonight we are watching “Sin Nombre,” which I have already
seen 3 times, so I am using this opportunity to write and edit my pictures.
Hopefully this means I go to bed at a normal hour!
Stay tuned for more exciting adventures throughout the ...
... 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 - ...
... br> By 11 a.m. of day 2 we had to make a radical change to the program. We received word that because of the heavy rains in the mountains the Ulúa River, which flows from the mountains through El Progreso and then past San Pedro Sula before emptying into the Caribbean, was flooding and that a red alert had been issued. The radio station plays a vital roll in helping inform people about what is happening and advising on situations that could affect villages. After consulting with me, ...
... In the evening was the regular mass and dinner with the Jesuit community of El Progreso. A community meeting follows, for which I stay in the kitchen to read or write.
Today was a particularly sad day for the Garifuna community of Barra Vieja. The military moved in with full force to evict the people to make way for the Indura resort development. this project will be next to another resort complex that belongs to some of the ...
... the beautiful families I met last year was Ramon and Lety Zevala, who live in San Pedro Sula. They have four children, including a darling youngest girl that Anne Marie would like me to bring home. They are a most lovely family and Ramon has been a close friend of Melo since early adulthood and a support to Melo. Lety phoned to say they were coming to visit as they knew I was here. For them it is an hours drive each way. Lety brought a supper with her, ...