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Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
We boarded a Hedman Alas bus to make the trip from Guatemala City to La Ceiba, Honduras. We had initially decided to take the cheapest bus option but changed our plan as we heard how dangerous the chicken buses (the local transport which consists of old school buses that have been brought from the US and repainted in an array of designs) were in Guatemala City. The Hedman Alas buses were basically big ...
... Mike has a security guard at night and it is very necessary . The expats and tourists are definitely a target for their money and valuables here sadly . There is no wifi here tonight as it is down so it is a quiet one online for us.Monday 25th May. Ater packing up , we have breakfast of eggs and chorizo and toast ( with my travel vegemite , yum). Mike and May give us a lift to the travel agency in town and we say goodbye to them. The avel agent refers us ...
... talked about prison life and his hopes for a soon release. Chabelo can not read or write, for which Melo had brought him some books which he could work on in prison. Unfortunately those were stolen from him. Chabelo spoke of threats he has received in prison, and the money he is required to pay for protection. He is in a nasty prison and he cannot escape from the horrors of prison life in Honduras.
Soon enough, Melo returned with Chabelo's mother, ...
... we would dive tomorrow when he hadn't been drinking as I didn't want to dive with a buddy who maybe under the weather for many reasons which I listed. Then we had to check our own gear and our buddies. I was checking Octo's and he had put his regulator on incorrect, When I said he needed to change it he argued with me and said 'I am a dive master' I had to use tact not to offend him and make sure he changed his gear, which he did.
While we were waiting to head ...
... world country. I mean these people have enough to worry about like feeding their children, clothing them and if they are lucky, sending them to school. There is no time or thought put into less important things like pollution and animal health. The dogs in Central America is a phenomenon. Like most tried world countries they roam the streets, skinny, flea bitten and homeless. A lot of people here keep dogs to protect territory but barely have enough to ...
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