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In Atlanta, I had a couple of hours between flights. I stopped at TGI Friday's to have a glass of V8 and some toast.
The flight to Tegucigalpa boarded the flight on time and actually pushed back from the gate a couple of minutes early. A short twelve minutes later and we were in the air.
The Boeing 737 would be in the air for …
... by a young boy in about 1747. One can envision the faithful, but poor farmers that gave their time, talent, and treasure to build the church. It is not very ornamental, but it is awe-inspiring in its own right. If I understood correctly, the small statue of the Virgin Mary on display in the decorative wooden case above the altar is not the original statue. Apparently, that statue is safely stored in the nearby Suyapa Cathedral, only ...
... to Boccelli´s Christmas carols. I joined Eduardo´s aunt and
cousin to watch some oldies music videos from VH1 and at 12 pm we all went
outside the house to the viewer and watched the fireworks while eating
¨torrejas¨ (a traditional Honduran dessert for christmas made of brown sugar,
cinnamon and bread). We shared the Christmas dinner together and hugged
eachother as a christmas tradition at 12 pm right after the fireworks.
Chuy and ...
After a lazy morning and a nice lunch in Granada, we caught a mini-bus to Managua, the capital of Nicaragua. Although it's only an hour away, Managua is a world apart from Granada. Managua was virtually leveled twice during the 70’s due to earthquakes, and was further ruined by the civil war around that time. As a result most of it is recently built, and therefore lacking the colonial charm of Granada. It was a nice enough place from ...
... for you. Thank you for being the open, loving person you are. You have blessed me and I hope we can continue to be in touch.
After reflection, we all flocked into the girls’ room to hang out. We all joked and exchanged playful banter. John and I teased that we would rather stay in the spare bunk in the girls’ room than be in ...