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... me a gift to thank me for what I had given them. It is a silver lion pendant on a chain. The lion was significant because both Leo and I have leo the lion as our Zodiac sign. It meant to much to me, and his wife said it was small and not much, but I told her how much I appreciated it and put it right on. It’s so cool and love that they thought to do that. On our way back we stopped to take pictures of Yolanda’s two girls in dresses I gave them that they loved.
... street' market with little souvenir shops and such. However, unfortunately, the little market was closed (only open until noon on Sunday!). So, we walked around the busier area of downtown, where the big church is, a park right in front of the church, a small indoor mall area and lots of streets with restaurants and shops. It appeared that the locals were not really used to seeing many white people as we got many stares and a lot of ...
... others can't hold their babies or do housework. Savage poverty imposes itself on their already precarious existences, and decimated social institutions perpetuate the misery.
Healthcare, schooling and other social/public institutions are abysmal, and only those (few) with money get adequate service.
What are the drivers behind such misery?
Those who control the levers of power in Honduras are governed by self-serving interests that do ...
... was rousing and sounded like it had the quality to be recorded. The lead singers were quite talented.
Then the students were then again introduced and allowed to exit one by one to awaiting parents and of course a throng of photographers - both professional and family. The students were accompanied at this time by their "padrinos" - which meant that Melo and Pedro had to go to the front to meet with the students who had chosen them.
The ceremony created a bit of ...
... carved on dark wood. A strong Marion devotion is a constant feature in Latin American culture, perhaps the replacement of the goddess images that preceded the Spanish - such as is Guadalupe in Mexico. Curiously, Peru does not have a strong Marion character or shrine, perhaps because the Incan empire was based on a strong male god figure who was the incarnate of the Sun, the main god among many, and Jesus being the God of the conquerors was also ...