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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... the **** now! But - our bad as this was just a bus to get us to the San Pedro Sula bus station where we would get the main bus to Copan. This suited us as it meant that we didn’t have to make our own way into town and back out again. If my mum is reading this, please look away now. In 2012 San Pedro Sula was officially the most dangerous place on the planet with more murders per head of population than anywhere else. ...
... who was accompanying the mother and brother of Chabelo to the prison. They seem to be here without a lot of financial support but they are willing to live here for extended periods of time to at least be the international witnesses and observers, and in being here to offer concrete support to the poor and the exploited - the victims of this poverty and violence.
This blog I would hope is about them - they are the story! Through me and my clumsy way ...
... life and times of great poverty, the murder of her husband and the death of 4 children. She was delighted that so many of her children, grandchildren and friends could be present to celebrate with her. Melo spoke of the time 25 years ago when the 6 Jesuits were killed at the UCA (University of El Salvador) and his mother phoned him and told him that as a Jesuit he had to prepare himself to follow in their footsteps, even knowing the risks.
After the mass, I began to serve ...
... and decided what else to do in the heat. After a while, we decided to see if we could find a couple of theatres to look at the architecture and wandered off. An hour and a half later, we were back at the guesthouse dripping. We're getting to old for this much heat. I think if possible, maybe we can find somewhere with a pool! After trying to cool down in our room and the downstairs lounge, we decided that we would walk to ...
... in the Cuban airport workers and the Hondurans waiting to load our plane. Our plane was mostly Hondurans returning home other than a load American church group who was on a mission ( I could tell by their bright green matching T shirts). On the plane I ease-dropped on Spanish conversations trying to prepare myself for what was to come, but by looking at Dennis blank and confused face I bet he was thinking "What has Nicole gotten me into."
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