On September 6, 2015 a man tried to carve his name into a wall at the Alamo. The man was caught and taken to jail. He was faced with many charges.
LOCATION Honduras is approximately 1000 miles southwest of Miami and has a mainly mountainous area of 48,200 square miles. To the North it has a large coastal line with the Caribbean sea and to the South it enjoys a small access to the Pacific. HISTORY Honduras lies at what was the
take your Spanish class and fly or drive down to a friendly neighbor Honduras! Now lets learn about our travel. "Size And Population" About 90% of the population is mestizo (people of Spanish and Native American ancestry); the remainder are Native Americans, blacks, and whites. The population is about 60% rural. In 1995 the estimated population was 5,968,000. "Physical Landscape And Location" Presidents can only serve one term. The cabinet is appointed by the president. The military has allot of the influence in the government of Honduras. Military leaders are completely responsible for its national security policies and they can veto any of the presidents appointments to the cabinet. Military leaders have often taken complete control of the government in the past. "Education" In this country education is free and compulsory for children between the ages of 7 and 12. Although the literacy rate stands at 73% the government
I’m originally from Haiti, a small island in the West Indies, which they share with their adjacent neighbor the Dominican Republic. This created a rich and diverse society in which I grew up and partook in work at.
Costa Rica, a country of Central America, covers an area of 19,730 square miles. The capital is San José. Extending from northwest to southeast, Costa Rica is bounded on the north by Nicaragua, along its 185-mile northeastern coastline by the Caribbean Sea, on the southeast by Panama, and along
Have you ever gone to a place to visit? Where have you been? What did you do there? I would like to go back to Florida, because last time I was there I was very little. My grandma and grandpa use to live there. In Florida there are lots of
Honduras is one of those countries people barely know about there are really interesting things about honduras. The life expectancy of people in Honduras is 71. Some of the exports are coffee , bananas, shrimp, lobster etc. (text from national geographic atlas of the world eighth edition). Hondureno catracho (the
The summary I will be writing about is the Victor Cruz story. The main claim of the story is basically how Victor Cruz had a bad start as a college kid. Cruz flunked out of UMass and went to a small community college in Bridgton Academy, After a couple of years, Cruz had overcome a couple of obstetrical to get back in the University of Massachusetts , were he became a great college wide receiver, After his senior year of college at UMass, Cruz entered the NFL draft and was signed by the New York Giants as a undrafted Free Agent in the year of 2010. Cruz is know known today as one of the NFL top wide receivers.
Central America Central America, just south of Mexico and North of Panama, consists of just six countries; Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. Of those six, all share a distinct common history except for Belize. Belize for one is incredibly small, and while Spanish is the official language of
Oscar Casares made Mr. Perez a believable by describing her features “she measured five feet two inches and weighed 164 pounds,” (Casares line14) he also gives us a vivid detailed on how people watched her every time to bowl. In his short story Mr. Perez is the main character
Sheyanne Johnsen 3rd Period Honduras Tegucigalpa is the capital of Honduras. It is located in the southern-central part of Honduras. It is the most populated city in Honduras. In 2001 it is estimated 765,675 people lived in the capital however, that number as most likely increased. The second largest city in Honduras is San Pedro Sula. This city is located Northwest of the country. The city is divided into four quadrants northwest,northeast,southeast, and southwest. The streets run east to north and the avenues run north to south. The third largest city in Honduras is named Choloma the mayor of this city is named Polo Crivelli. The fourth largest city in Honduras is named La Ceiba. It is located on the northern coast of Honduras. This city
Mini Mexico A few weeks before Christmas last year, I and my friends Daniel, Emmanuel and John longboarded from my house up in Lakeland down to Daniel’s house down in the valley of Auburn. It was approximately a two and a half hour journey through the brisk air and on the slippery wet leaves. It took a bunch of twists and turns to get to Daniel’s apartment, all of our friends called his area “Mini Mexico” because everyone in his apartment complex was Mexican besides two Indian families that fit in. We arrived around five the sunny was already setting, we leaned our boards against the wall next to Daniel’s door. We walked into an already started party. We lined up to greet the relatives, I was in the back just hoping that
We decided that our best choice to stay at was Panama City, since it had everything that my mom and dad desired. My family also decided that we would drive to Florida since the nearest airport was Tallahassee. The day that our family would go to Florida would be June 26, 2016. We would stay for a week, and return on July 1, 2016. That would give us a week of relaxation before my family and I
5. Panama Who doesn’t know about Panama really? And all of the special species that you can fish for here? Probably everyone knows and that is also because the destination is active all over the year. Amberjack, Marlin, Large Pacific Sailfish and the ever amazing and sensational Roosterfish? You name it. Everything is here and you just need to go. Another thing that will make your day is the scenery that is involved and also the surroundings that are breathtaking. A definite memorable place to be in.
Panama History and Culture The culture and political structures of Panama as we know it today has evolved from an incredibly diverse and interesting history. Geographically, Panama lies on an isthmus, a strip of land that essentially connects the greater landmasses of North and South America. It is believed that volcanic activity in the late Pliocene era closed the former Central American Seaway that had separated the two continents. The climatic implications of this landform are incredible, allowing for the redistribution of oceanic currents and the formation of the Gulf Stream of the Atlantic of today.