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In September 2013 Magna's world hit rock bottom. Only months after the birth of her youngest child, and then a subsequent pregnancy, Magna suffered a miscarriage in August. Her husband then abandoned her and the children, leaving them with no form of support. In Honduras, a very patriarchal and macho society, there is no protection offered to women and children when men are violent or do not provide material support to the family. ...
... the campesino from the community of Guadalupe Carney who has already spent 7 years in prison. His legal case proceeds at a snailīs pace and moving backwards in the mire of the Honduran legal system that is as corrupt as the government. Chabelo considers me to be a brother - and I hope to somehow advocate better for him from Canada.
The situation of Magna has disturbed me, and through my blog others have responded to her situation with ...
... I then proceeded through immigration, was checked three times and then was finger printed - all ten digits - and then photographed. This was not special treatment but something introduced for all travelers. I am sure our finger prints and photos are shared with the American government. Then I had to go through baggage inspection, which was most thorough and ever pound of coffee that I had was duly sniffed as if that showed whether or not ...
... street changed from two way to one way without any signs being posted as to the change. People just know that the one-way traffic begins or ends.
Christmas Eve in Honduras usually finds families getting together for a meal, often serving pork, and some typical drinks made with pineapple or other fruit. Western style decorations - Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman blowups are everywhere, and many homes sport Christmas lights and a well decorated fake Christmas tree.
I was glad to be able to sleep in this morning. It was also
nice that Uncle Joe took Dad out for a guy’s breakfast while we were all still
sleeping. After spending almost two weeks with five women I think it would be
nice to at least have one morning away from them.
Today we planned to go to the Wild Play Elements
Park to experience tree top trekking which I wanted to do since I heard of its existence.
When we got there we were all excided. We got into ...