Hotel Real Caribe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t hesitate to put on their new shorts right away. It was so exciting to see them all so happy.
After, we had our last group reflection. For the first time I had to pass on speaking (I know, shocking right?) I was so choked up I couldn’t talk. Just being sad about leaving, how much I am going to miss everyone, but most of all being so scared that I am going to lose someone else about whom I care very much. I really have been an emotional wreck. ...
I walk into a restaurant and am greeted by the excited hostess who remembers me from last night. The stereotypical American diner look of the place makes it feel like a Denny's, but unlike Denny's, the people here seem to be genuinely happy to have a customer and everyone makes friendly eye contact. I'm sure my gringoness is making the social aspects of life here easier, but I'm definitely not one to complain.
Before it's all said and done, I end up ...
... in the "new order".
I met a few of the participants in the afternoon - as many of you know I am not good with names especially if I have to deal with a lot of new names at the same time. But when I was introduced to Berta Caceres, I knew who she was from some of the reading I have done and from some recent emails. During the election a well known Spanish judge came as an official observer and while he was here he was slipped a ...
... such a time.
While some of the parents would have been better off financially, many were working class families, for whom tuition and school costs would have been a great sacrifice. This graduation was a gesture of great hope that their graduate sons and daughters would postulate successfully to university and then find employment that would give them a more promising future. In the situation in which Honduras finds itself, superior education is not a guarantee of success, ...
... streets and the rest are in pretty rough condition. For some reason most of the city did not have water today, other than the rain.
I met two persons today celebrating their birthdays, sharing cake with one family who are friends of Melo. It is encouraging to see people celebrating, being with family and friends - being normal in spite of the poverty and the problems all around them.
One last observation. ...