Real InterContinental San Pedro Sula At Multiplaza Mall
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... but not a good alternative for the children. I hope they are not released from the orphanage. Magna is barely able to take care of herself and the baby and that is questionable at times. The children have a future while at the orphanage. With their mother they will again be starving, and most likely would not attend school.
Magna needs to find some work, and from there to find some different accommodation away from her family. Whether or not ...
... the needs of women, both individually and collectively. Individually there is a focus on some women, such as Margarita Murillo, who represents the "campesina" (peasant, rural) woman among the poorest in the country in all ways -without rights, without education, and without the right to own her own body. Margarita as well represents the woman who is killed in Honduras on average every 16 hours, killed by her partner, domestic assault, in a reality where 93% of murders of women are ...
... in the afternoon and evening. The daughter of friends was involved in a public demonstration of folk dancing in the main plaza. The students were from the dance troupe of Colegio San Jose, the Jesuit high school. While waiting for their performance to begin, on a very hot and sunny afternoon, I met Magna and the baby at the plaza. I was quick to find the baby and hold her but she was sleeping all the while. However it was good to see them again even if it was not a good time ...
... at the church where they were finishing a meeting discussing the bible, and we walked back with them using a different route. Ramona was ready with a most delicious chicken soup, with vegetables and some type of squash. After lunch we went to visit the home of one of Nora's sisters as she was proud to show us her flower garden. There were some familiar roses and fuchsias, and some other very strange looking flowers and orchids.
Then Ivan invited us to see his green ...
... and a pineapple topohillo (icy) she started to feel better rather quickly. Seemed like she really wanted to go out with a bang on this trip!! That made her laugh, which I was able to do a lot of. Hey, that's my forte!
Matt, Olivia, and Casey had to leave for the airport at 4am so they tried to stay up all night. As you may have noticed, I didn't do my blog last night as planned, but I did go through and edit all of the pictures so I can add those rather quickly as ...