Guesthouse Dos Molinos B&B

Address: Barrio Paz Barahona 13 calle 8 y 9 avenida # 34, San Pedro Sula, 504, Honduras | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B is located on Barrio Paz Barahona 13 calle 8 y 9 avenida # 34, San Pedro Sula.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

    Quebrada Seca - another missed opportunity

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 02, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... no saboteurs among the protestors that could invite a police response (such as in Canada at Montebello or the Toronto G8). In fact these events were more like festivals, with the participation of families and musical groups. The month of September in Honduras began across the country with a number of road blocks set up by different groups of the Indignados. (The term used are "mesas" - literally "tables" - or local organizations of people who are "mad ...

    Ni encerradas Ni con miedos

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 29, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... a huge challenge but embraced with passion and determination by RP-ERIC and Melo. Some financing was sought from foreign institutions. My young comadre Jennifer is way ahead on this theme. Dunia who works the human rights files is my chosen mentor, my Kathleen (another strong, beautiful woman patient enough to pull me along) in Honduras, Iolany and Lesly, both journalists and committed to moving society, not just repeating the daily news. And Karla, and Yolanda, and ...should I name ...

    A different type of Catholic youth

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 23, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... habit to identify him. There were a few priests, and another Capuchin brother, but this was a popular movement and they were there not as leaders but as supporters. Even Melo who had a major role in organizing the meeting left the delegates to chose their own leadership and set the agenda as they wanted.

    This was definitely a grass-roots meeting of people opposed to the dictatorship and all were involved in some base organizations: farmers, students, workers, women's ...

    Haircut and Coffee

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... looking for a ride. I asked Melo to stop and they then took their place at the back of the truck. They were going to Tela but El Progreso would get them about half way there. Melo was anxious to get to the Center as he had some writing to do, so I suggested that we go directly to the Center and that I would drop off our passengers. I took the young couple to the eastern exit of the city heading towards Tela. There I was told that the young man was Honduran, and his ...

    Cement, Soccer, more Cement, Food, and Cement!

    A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 15, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... were on the fast track to an early finish for the day. Of course, until some things went a little wrong but that's to be expected when it comes to construction, I'm sure :) Nothing serious, just some setbacks that didn't allow us to finish by 2:30 like Marco had hoped. More like 4, and even then a Honduran crew had to stay to complete the walkway. Some highlights from the day for your enjoyment:
    - Denita and I had a Dance-off to Pitbull's "Taxi," while ...