Hilton Princess San Pedro Sula
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... at the same place as last year, Mr. Taco, and it was so nice to see everyone all dressed up. The bus ride to the restaurant was hilarious, and by the pictures and sounds you would think we were on a party bus. Have I mentioned how great our group is? Shin, Ana Lucia, Maria, and some of the teachers met us there for dinner and the night just flew by. Sombreros, selfies, and Spanish craziness ensued. I think were there for about 2 hours before we headed back to Villa for the last time. ...
... scrambled eggs in the 'warm' part of the buffet and then 2 types of cereal, yogurt, some sort of desserts and some juices in the other section of the buffet. In my opinion - the breakfast needs a complete makeover; was terrible. After talking with the family I came to visit, we went to downtown San Pedro Sula. First we ate lunch at a cute falafel/kabob place called Kabobalicious. Then we walked around this area where there is ...
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I have a day at home, as Melo has had to go with three others to Tegucigalpa to deal with some legal matters involving ERIC-sj and Radio Progreso. I wish I could have gone along, as at least I could have helped with the driving. Melo is literally exhausted, the demands on him for his time and support are incredible. As usual he was up at 4 am and at the radio station at 5 am for the early morning program with bible readings and ...
... process was clean and quickly boarded their planes home. No doubt that if all they observed was the actual balloting process, in most places there was relative calm, a good turnout and few incidents. There were irregularities before and after the polling stations opened, especially in the tally of the votes. Some of the smaller parties officially received no votes in some districts - which would mean that even their own party members voted for someone else. It ...
... overall vision of dignified housing for the low income working people and families. Dev Equity and HOLA have every reason to be proud of their efforts and Dev Equity is making huge strides in both the impact investing and social development arenas.
Off to bed......Tomorrow – Nicaragua and organic ...
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