Real InterContinental San Pedro Sula At Multiplaza Mall
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... it was dry and 4 wheel drive was not required as Melo was driivng a large Toyota truck from the radio station. The road often narrowed so that you could look over the edge to a rather steep drop into someone's coffee grove. Little Alejandra was not impressed as she was on the cliff side of the car.
We arrived to a warm welcome at the home of Doņa Ramona and her family. The family are all very fair in complexion, going back to some group of Spaniards who killed ...
... and dear to my heart. (Honduras really brings out the cheesy side of me :) After breakfast at the lodge and a walking tour of Villa Soleada, led by the one and only Shin Fujiyama, founder of Students Helping Honduras, we took a short bus ride to el Porvenir. For those of you who don't know, Julia and I broke ground on that school over winter break. To see in person the progress that has been made over the last six months is nothing short of mind-blowing. ...
... dollar. So one Lempira is worth just a fraction above 5 cents ((US). You get the picture - you do not buy very much in Honduras for L.1. A two litre bottle of Pepsi cost me L.35 the other night as we had visitors in the house and we needed something to go with the rum which cost only L285 for a one litre bottle of 7 year old Flor de Caña. (The country also produces coins: the Lempira has 100 cents and there are 5, 20 and 50 cent coins.) The workers are provided with ...
... Sunday. Tortillas were added to the menu and it was a most delicious meal enjoyed by all. I provided some beer and wine as my contribution to the feast.
In the evening Melo had a final celebration in the community of Palermo, a neighbourhood of El Progreso known for its gang activity. The church attendance was down a bit but apparently the night before had been full. An elder of the community, Miriam, came to the church door when she saw me and welcomed me back. Many ...
... very itchy from so many mosquito bites.
Today, however, we all worked like beasts. El Jefe at Por Venir was expecting 40 volunteers, and we were only 25 when no one was sick, but I told Mario that were a hardworking group and up to the challenge. Not only did we meet the week’s goal, we exceeded it! The residents at Por Venir were so appreciative of our time there and when Mario stood up to speak this afternoon he could barely get the words out. Which, ...