- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> It was time for me to learn some Spanish, so we signed up for a week long crash course. Myself to get the basics, Stan to get a deeper understanding of the language, as he is already quite fluent. We went to a different host family, because otherwise I'd be too tempted to ask Stan to translate for me. My family was OK, not the warmest, most welcoming people, but friendly enough. You could tell that they did it more from the money than for a ...
... is a steep climb up or down. It is an impressive complex but it was dark when we arrived so I will see more of it tomorrow.
Tidbit 2 - in our discussions we spoke about the high number of taxi drivers who have been killed in Honduras this year. Taxi drivers must pay a ¨war tax¨ to whichever gang is dominant in the area. The gang members are smart enough not to colllect the money as that would identify them (like as if they aren´t obvious!!). The gang will designated ...
... on offer, stopped for a tasty frozen jamaica (see pic of the fruit) drink at Casa de la Abuela. They also have a shop where I got a post‐card from, though most of the card here are not of Suchitoto, but of other sites around the country. I went to the museum of the 1000 plates, which was a whacky collection of plates and other curious items. There were someinteresting photos of the conflict and a few from El Salvador that I liked. I was glad when the owner put the fans ...
These are pictures from the celebration we enjoyed with the team. We were also very lucky to stop in at an entire Habitat El Salvador community. This is a community of 125 homes built by habitat after hurricane Ida in 2001. All of these families lost their homes and some lost their loved ones in the storm. It is a very poor ...
... a very small lot located on the edge of the sloped hill, with trees above it and a drop off below it. The view from the lot is absolutely beautiful. There has already been some work done on digging trenches, and we can see that there are a number of large rocks that are exposed in the trenches.
We gathered at the bottom of the stairs and met with a representative from Habitat who welcomed us and thanked us for the work ...