Super 8 La Marque
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... dictatorship. The Catholic Cardinal, Oscar Rodriquez, in Tegucigalpa for the year 2013 received (are you ready for this?) US$60 million. Not 60 million Lempiras, but American dollars. He must be the highest paid Catholic Church official in the world, and on top of that he is known to be the recipient of generous "donations" from the old and new oligarchy, such as the Facusse family, large landowners and admitted assassins who also dabble in the drug trade. When the Cardinal ...
... trying to force the community off their land. There was a struggle with firearms and there were deaths on both sides. Chabelo was not a participant in the shooting but he was seen carrying one of the wounded away from the battleground area. Curiously considering that there were deaths on both sides, with people easily identified, Chabelo was the only person charged with any crime. Chabelo went through a kangaroo court process manipulated by people in power ...
... cover the entire cemetery. It's really something to see.
It was weird leaving Rockport.......these past 5 months went by so fast. We know we will see everyone again next fall and looking forward to many more good times.
We are now heading back east via, LA, MS, AL, FLA, SC, NC etc. Our first stop is Galveston Island State Park in Galveston, TX. We planned on only staying here 2 days, but due to ...
Up for quickie then breakfast, meet the True's laying out in the sun, they where both still under the weather but in good spirits , TC and I went to the Gallery lecture and tour, the lecture was good and the tour was okay. Back on deck, tanning, I went to Pub old lunch at the wheelhouse bar, good fish and chips, meet ...
... of the island and the Government now own 25% of the Island. Angel took us to all parts of the island from the poorest sections to some of the nicest sections which he called the rich Americans.. We saw the beautiful waters along the way and made many stops on the side of the road to take pictures and to visit the peddlers selling jewelry and trinkets along the side of the road. This is where we bought most of the souvenirs for friends and family that we are taking ...