Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... to be. They are clothed, fed and have decent accomodations. They go to school and in the afternoon they have a study room where they have assistance to do their homework. The staff are attentive and kind. Patricia King, the woman from N.J., who helped found the orphanage is very attentive and visits regularly. She knows all the children and their histories. She herself has adopted two boys from the orphanage and they are now young adults.
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... mining companies not know that these companies contributed to and financially benefited from interactions with the corrupt actions of their political and business associates, such as is being revealed in Guatemala? Can the Canada Pension Fund and other pension funds confirm that none of our public pension funds are invested in mining companies – Goldcorp Inc, Tahoe Resources, Hudbay Minerals – that might have, through their political and economic dealings with ...
... continued to gather until just after 6 pm and then the march began. It gets dark early in Honduras so as we neared the downtown area it was already dark and then the lights went out. This was not a coincidence but the political decision of the mayor to try to frustrate the march. However it only made the torches burn even more brightly and no one seemed to worry but it probably did prevent some from joining the march. What was incredible is that not only the downtown but ...
... of Copán. It's a gorgeous little place. We wasted away the hours people watching in the main square, particularly the men who have a distinctive cowboy style dress about them. It was wonderful. The next day we walked 1/2 an hour away to Macaw Mountain. This place was a real treat. It's a bird sanctuary, set in a beautiful forest with rescued and abandoned birds. They have parrots, owls, parakeets and my two favourite types of birds... the Macaw and the Toucan! We learnt all ...
... a chair, the toilet, etc. Forget the bus steps... OMG my quads are killing me! And let's not even mention the bruises.....Damn high school soccer players! Anyway, for the last work day we needed to finish filling in the upper walls in the girls' transitional home and lay the floor in 2 rooms of the boys' transitional home. What do you think that entails? Yup! Lots and lots and lots of cement! Our favorite! Although after Tuesday at Guadalupe some people would have been okay ...