Hotel Real Caribe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but as they had recently moved back to this area they were starting over again. One surprise was a large wall piano in the main room of the house. Josué is quite musical, it was through church choirs that Josué and Jennifer met, and I learned that music is in the family. Josué sat down and started to play the piano. His roots are campesino - farming people. There were chickens and ducks walking about the yard and one small cat who seemed to want to ...
... 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, ...
... funds that come in will go back into the school to provide more scholarships to other children which will aid in it becoming completely self-sustaining. Since this is a bilingual school, all classes are taught in English, except for Spanish class. Volunteers from the United States have the opportunity to come live here for a year and teach, while living with local families and improving their Spanish. This is really popular for recent college ...
Sunday is a major feast in the Catholic world, celebrating the Immaculate Conception of Mary, a 18th century defined dogma that Mary herself, predestined to be the mother of God, was conceived without sin. To those not immersed in the obsessive pelvic theology of Catholic clerics this may all seem somewhat bewildering if not outrightly offensive. Marion devotion is certainly one of the trademarks of Catholic Christianity, but it seems to me now that the two major ...
... 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 ...