Hotel Casa Del Rio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Nicaragua and from there continued to do important base community work helping in the cooperative movement. He had been diagnosed with cancer but he decided to spend his remaining weeks in Nicaragua with the people who were associated with his work and who deeply cared for him. For a diocesan clergyman he had an extraordinary internationalist perspective and commitment. A few days ago I received word that Fr. Manuel Vassallo Pastor had died. I knew Manuel as one ...
... more comfortable.
Just before noon Melo and I went to the apartment of Dunia, who had traveled with us to the village of Guadalupe Carney on Monday. Juana, the wife of Chabelo who has been in jail for 6 years, had given Melo a leg of pork to take to his mother. Dunia got up early and baked the pork roast, and as well prepared a rice dish with saffron and a huge salad. We took Dunia and this banquet back to the home of Doņa Lita where many of the family had been gathering ...
... after dinner, we had a special bonfire with the kids in the “canchita,” or small soccer field. I got some great pics and also spent some time at Children’s home with Yolanda and family, Megan, and the adorable puppies.
Tomorrow, we head to the beach to relax and then the club to partayyyyyyy!!!
My next entry may be from the airport in Mexico City, as we have a NINE HOUR LAYOVER there through Saturday night.
Hasta la vista, ...
... people got off and the plastic chairs were mercifully put away. With just an hour to go....
Woah, what was that? The loud noise came right under our seats below the right rear wheel well. A blown tire, the inner one of the right rear pair. The conductor went down to take a look. Shook his head mournfully for a few seconds before a look of determination took over. His shirt came off and a tool ...
... trails. The statistics indicate that the majority of farmers (campesinos) in Honduras are living on very little. Melo assured me that there are many very poor farmers in that area, so what I was seeing was not typical.
Ana's brother Alan came by with his big pickup truck and a group headed off to visit the thermal waters. Inocente, another grand-daughter Ziola and a Alan's son Angel were also part of the group. We drove for about an hour through ...