Hotel Casa Del Rio
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... will use a paragraph I found that details this classic struggle between the poor and the rich. "The following is an excerpt from an article by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA) titled "Human Rights Violations in Honduras: Land Seizures, Peasants' Repression, and the Struggle for Democracy on the Ground". It provides a reference point for when the land situation in Honduras really started to go from bad to worse. By 1993, 44 percent of the rural population was either ...
... ruts were sometimes more than a foot deep and just as wide. Carlos had to manoeuvre the truck often using 4 wheel drive for the steep climbs and drops. My photos barely capture the state of the road. Yet still we would sometimes come across small settlements, surrounded by beautiful hills with rows of coffee plants. The homes would indicate that none were prosperous, very basic little compounds with a few houses. Eventually we arrived at a small ...
... put the girls into the sex trade or try to use them to extort money from relatives back in Honduras. If the family cannot pay a ransom, the children are killed. The bodies of those murdered by gangs, numbering in the thousands, are usually burned to leave no evidence.
A somewhat minor scandal reported in the papers is about the babies in the neo-natal ward of a hospital which are photographed in cardboard boxes. As the ruling party has literally robbed US $135 million from ...
... the many diving saves (and misses) that I made throughout the game. Did I mention it was an HOUR??? And we hadn't even gotten dinner yet!
Anyway, I'm about to crash and I still need to upload all of the photos from today. Tomorrow is our last work day, since Friday we go to the beach and Saturday ends our week. I'm so glad I am able to enjoy another week in this beautiful county with some of the most amazing people I am fortunate to know.
... into the cost of materials because workers have no access to that information. So what we were talking about was strictly the cost of labour in the production of the sweatshirt with a hood. The currency in Honduras is the Lempira, so one Lempira is marked as L.1. There are actually new one Lempira bills being produced, as well as L.2, L.5, L.10, L.20, L. 50 and L.100. Larger bills are available but more difficult to exchange expect in the big super stores. There are L.21 to ...