Hotel Casa Del Rio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... After the cameras leave, the children are simply told to go home and disappear. Nothing is done to address the situation that causes so many thousands of children to risk their lives in walking north. These 16,000 are the lucky ones, other than those who made it and managed to disappear inside the USA. Along the route, through Guatemala and especially Mexico, these children, often traveling without adults, are susceptible to the purely criminal intent of the military and criminal ...
... hugging us and saying how happy they were that we were back. I'm sorry- did I say this was going to be a short entry? Whoops. And buy the way I'm doing this all on my cell phone. Just in case anyone was wondering lol. The best part back in Villa? Seeing Yolanda, Juan Carlos, and all my kids from the children's homes!!! They have truly become like family to me over the years and I love them so much. (Sorry ...
... would occur. No one else seemed too concerned. I was driving Melo's truck and did not want to lose it before his return. The main part of the evening was a formal presentation of the young woman, Alejandra, by her brother and mother, a toast to the 15 years by a good family friend, and then a traditional waltz in which all the older men, according to rank have a short dance (15 seconds) with the birthday girl. Alejandra was most beautiful in a blue dress made ...
... electrical lines so there must have been a generator somewhere or solar panels. I did see solar panels on another house that was far off the road. Somewhere along the road we came to a sudden stop and then had to cross a creek walking over a log bridge. The log was wide enough for one foot. Fortunately we all made it both ways without getting wet. We were fed a soup called "sopa de torta" which was a lovely broth of something I could't identify with breaded creek ...
... were able to recruit Leo and another worker
to join our side. We did end up losing 2-0, but it would have been a hell of a
lot worse if it weren’t for Jake, an AMAZING goalie who hails from Freehold
High School. I got to play right midfield. Anyone who knows me knows that I
don’t run, so this was quite a stretch for me! I did get a couple of kicks in,
but spent most of my time trying to get the ball away from one of the Hondurans.
After a ...