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Few of the annual 2.5 million tourists who come to La Isla Blanca every year escape paying their due at one of his registers.
The sludge was sent by rail and spread around on a defunct resort ranch near Sierra Blanca.U.S. Drug and Immigration Checkpoints Take Toll on Border Towns|Andrew Becker, G. W. Schulz|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I first heard about Ciudad Blanca, or the White City, in 2008 while reporting a magazine story about the drug trade in Honduras.
Bahia Bakari was aboard an Airbus A310 with 152 others when it slammed into the water making an approach in poor weather.
Last June, a 14-year-old girl, Bahia Bakari, was the sole survivor of a crash in the Indian Ocean, off the Comoros Islands.
Meantime Bahia, actuated by the same spirit as Rio, had anticipated the revolution at that place.
It was faced with stone, on the recovery of Bahia from the Dutch, about the beginning of the last century.
Cachoeira, about fifty miles from Bahia, is a good town, where there is one English merchant resident.
Yet, I am happy to say, the Bahia press has lately actually printed a pamphlet against the slave trade.
The daring of this attempt has filled the Portuguese with astonishment and dismay, and they are now most willing to abandon Bahia.