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... brought to justice. Or almost never.
Honduras has a social security system for those who are employed by someone else. This does not cover people who are self-employed, or peasants or the majority who are poor. But it did cover in theory about 600,000 people, employees and their families. The health care system is very substandard, but it was something and a step above the "public" hospitals which are deplorable. There has been pressure by the ...
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Magna Marbella Rodríguez grew up in the city of El Progreso, about the size of Nanaimo with a population of about 100,000, just south of the major city of San Pedro Sula, known as the murder ...
... classes, and my morning walk through Princess Diana Park near our home (two small black bears were sighted just a few days ago) BUT...
My thoughts are not totally here. I am constantly thinking of people in Honduras, those to whom I was closest, those who let me be close to them and to get to know their stories. My blog perhaps revealed that some families were becoming very dear to me. My daughter said that it was obvious that I fell in ...
... blessing I don´t think I have ever experienced.
In the morning we got off to a late start, so we arrived at the airport later than ideal. The United Airlines counter had me listed but there was some computer problem with my name. That took extra time to sort out and print out my baggage tag. Next I had to go to the bank in the airport to pay the airport tax which is $43 US for foreigners. This proved to be an almost impossible task to ...
... 8217;s all that counts.
We then made it to the beach in the Pacific Rim
National Park. It was beautiful, and in the water I saw people surfing. My Aunt
Shirley explained that this was one of the largest tourist locations in Canada
for surfers. I would have loved to join them but I don’t know how to surf, and
I didn’t have a board. One day however, I hope to be able to learn how to surf
as it does look like a lot of fun.
Spending a while on ...