Hilton Princess San Pedro Sula
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... business came from her family. One of her brothers entered her room, as it wasn´t locked because she was not allowed to lock the door, and he stole all her clothing and sold it on the street drinking all the profits in one night.
Magna´s father was pushing her to go to the jail to visit another brother. Jail is not the best place for Magna to be visiting with her baby. This other brother is in jail for raping a female child. (Throw the key away!) ...
... from the 1950s to 2004." So this is just more information on themes rather than what I am experiencing. I started this post a while back so I will not change the date. Perhaps as we in Canada approach a national election, we would do well to learn from Honduras which I would postulate is only much worse off than us but that we are basically on the same track. It would be good for us to make foreign affairs part of our election concerns, but even more so, looking at Honduras, we ...
... Sta. Barbara region but a very different area which doesn't produce coffee. It was the first trip for her daughter Alejandra and a bit of an adventure. She wasn't previously warned about the road, and the section Melo describes as "la chanchera" (the pig run) which only a heavier truck could pass or a motor bike. Four wheel drive is often required. Rather large stones protrude from the road and become more prominent as the rains carve out the dirt that fills the ruts. However ...
... The beach was beautiful but the sun is so strong, and a lot of kids got burned. I warned them! Need to reapply sunscreen every hour and every time you get out of the water. The beach we go to is Tela, which is in the very northern part of Honduras, right on the Caribbean. So the water is blue, there are lots of palm trees, and a gorgeous view of the mountains. Just like New Jersey beaches! Some of the kids from Villa took another bus and met us there, and for some it was ...
... and fruit juice. The following day the family made a trip to the cemetery to leave flowers and the panel board presented by Sandra. Also this week I have learned of the death of two priest friends in Latin America. Fr. Denis Hebert was a diocesan priest well into his 80's and lived in Nicaragua. I first met Denis in Peru as he worked at the Canadian mission in Km 22 in the northern sector of LIma, while I worked in Km 11. Denis was a priest of the diocese of ...