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... this small forgotten country of the Americas, where Canada is indeed present in the mining extraction industry and the sweatshops such as GILDAN. Through us perhaps we can advocate stronger of the cause of justice in this country pained with violence and extreme corruption, yet gifted with a people who resist the oppression and struggle for a different reality. Their courage is an example to us all.
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The drive from Oregon to Anacortes, Washington took 5 hours. It is always slow going through Seattle. I lived in Seattle three different times in my life. I really like the city and all the recreational opportunities but the long overcast rainy winters send me into a spiral of depressions and I always swear I will never go back. The ferry trip from Anacortes, Washington to Sidney, Victoria Island, is always terrific. ...
... one was leaving at noon for Aran. We dropped our bags st the hotel and off we went to Aron. Wonderful sunny day. We took the bus to ferry and arrived at Kilronan Village. We went on a bus tour of part of Aran. We went to a cute wee village and from there I hiked to Dun Aonghasa Fort built adjacent to the magnificent Dun Aonghasa Clifs. I hiked to this ancient fort and.saw the most spectacular View ...
... have any hope against these forces? Melo describes his ministry as "accompanying the victims". The country is a country of victims, they have been exploited and controlled by the American government for more than a century for the benefit of a few companies. A ministry to accompany the victims does not provide a lot of room for celebration.
But what I saw was a people who struggle to get somewhere, to provide some decency for their children, to live and to celebrate ...
Day 27 was mainly a boring travelling day for us. We checked out of our hostel and got the Victoria Clipper catamaran ferry from Seattle to Victoria which took just under 3 hours. We were glad to be leaving Seattle as woke up to rain. Once we arrived in Victoria, and had gone through Canadian Customs, we contemplated walking the 25 minutes to our hostel with our rucksacks but fortunately came to our senses and got a cab. The hostel ...