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The panel discussion began with a review of the history of ENVIO-Honduras and an analysis of the articles more recently published. This discussion was designed to provide a critical and constructive examination of the magazine for its editorial board. Much of the gathering of two hours was feedback from professors and students who came to participate. The discussion ended with a response from the 5 panelists to the critique and suggestions, mostly ...
... have to be on
your guard quite a bit, and basically AVOID the big cities.
Unfortunately these big cities act as the major transport
routes, so you don’t really have an option, and I had to pass through or stay
in three of the most dangerous ones in the world. Tegucigalpa was the only one
I actually slept in, and even without going to downtown, it was GRIM – I don’t
think I actually have any pictures of it, for fear of being mugged. So ...
... bad men are here." Suddenly, the sun was below the horizon and the park held more shadow and a thin and sharp razorblade feeling filled the air. The couples and through children were gone and in their place sat dark, shadowed men. In the gateway to the park stood a woman in a green shirt. She looked coy and tricky and too alluring to be anything but dangerous. She beckoned, but we dared not pass through the arch she leaned on. Later: ...
This week I have been staying in a small town called Chuloteca about 2 hours outside of Tegucigalpa. The town is full of small shops and produce stands in the street. Every day, 3 other volunteers and I go to very small pueblos to help the optometrist of our clinic - Victor - see patients for basic eye care. During these brigadas, the volunteers help by conducting visual acuity tests and distributing glasses to ...
... being old school busses the one to Tegucigalpa was a luxury bus and very comfortable. Tickets were about $10 each and the ride took about 4 hours. About 15 minutes into the ride the driver stopped the bus and came back and yelled something at Tom in Spanish. Have no idea what he said but we think it was because he opened the window a bit. When we arrived a very nice man directed us to a hotel near another bus station, which is where we planned to take the bus ...