Hotel Real Caribe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a doubt the poorest in which we have stayed. She is devoted to Radio Progreso, which is well known in the area as both Radio Progreso and ERIC personnel have visited before and provided support to the people in the struggle to protect their land and water. For Gualdina and her extended family, to host Padre Melo has been an honour and privilege for they know him well but for the first time have met him.
We had breakfast around 6:30 am. Again some neighbours had gone ...
... the regular DD trip organizer, Walter, would accompany us as well, both to iron out any logistic issues and to serve as translator.
At the appointed hour next morning Denis, the trail guide and his brother Luis, the driver showed up in their truck to pick us up. We hopped on to back of the flatbed and after a bumpy 1.5 hour ride (with a few stops to check out roadside bird sightings) we were at the village of Dorado at ...
... of people including unaccompanied children who try to make it illegally to the USA and the many who are kidnapped, sold as sex slaves or murdered along the way. Few make it past the border area of the USA and the majority are deported back to their home countries where they still have no opportunity and no future, and are considered to be an embarrassment to the nation.
Pretty grim stuff! Yet this trip I have felt more comfortable. Melo has had to make a few trips out of ...
... and that was the connection. However the misidentification was somewhat useful, we shook hands and I was given a friendly welcome to the prison and I was not asked for my documents.
We did not need to go into the main prison entrance. Melo gingerly walked into an open doorway which leads to an area where guards sleep and live. Chabelo has been given privileges. It is recognized that Chabelo is not violent nor a threat to anyone. He is treated more like a hostage gardener - he ...
Today has been a very pleasant and relaxed day, dedicated to doing some reading. Through a friend I have connected with Mary Durran who works with the Canadian Development and Peace organization. She has a journalistic interest in Central America and has a blog which touches on some relevant issues in this part of the world.
On her blog there are two short reflections on a small community called San Francisco here in Honduras ...