Hotel Real Caribe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the mountain. Awaiting us at David's home was Pablo, the expert birder who would lead the hike. David also introduced us to his family, his wife and two young daughters - Liniker 10 and Daniella 5. We were shown around their back garden in which they grew bananas, sugarcane, potatoes, avocado and oranges. After some coffee and sweet bread we set off with the friendly Liniker added to the entourage. Her father wanted her to ...
This being my last weekend I was the guest of two families. Friday evening Melo and I traveled to San Pedro Sula to spend the night with Ramon and Letti Zavala. Ramon and Melo have been good friends since 1977. Letti and Ramon have four children, Carlos and his three sisters Andrea, Helga and Gabriella. Carlos and Andrea are already studying at the university. Helga has just finished her high school program this week and has applied to study medicine and stands a good chance ...
... a few good days, but can slip back into a depression quickly. Personally I think her situation is depressing, tragic and cruel. She wants her children back, and Maria tels me that Magna truly loves her children. But for now she can barely care for herself.
As Dunia and Maria work on behalf of Magna, they will have prepared for her a strong defence. Whether the court is willing to listen to reason and also show compassion is anyone's guess. I will keep you posted on this as I learn ...
... world wide and are known as experts in education and missionary work. Founded by Ignatius of Loyola officially in 1540, this group of highly disciplined and educated men became a power in the church, a strong arm in what was the official "counter-reformation" but also being a force for reform within the church and the clergy. In the missions the Jesuits were open to new cultures and adaptations of Catholic customs to meet the needs and understanding ...
... so mature and such global thinkers (term courtesy of Melissa).
We had some time to buy SHH t-shirts and other jewelry, artwork, etc. from the people in Villa. I was so excited to finally be able to one of Julio Cesar’s paintings. I have been wanting one for the last 2 years, as my first summer here they did an raffle for a painting of tiger that I bought $20 worth of tickets for. I prefer to just buy one. And it’s amazing. I also bought the pillow made by Blanca ...