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... Of course we were served freshly warmed tortillas and black beans. While there I phoned home to Anne Marie using my ipad skype account. While talking to Anne Marie there was a volley of gun shots quite close to the house which Anne Marie could hear. As the shots appeared to come from some place very close by, everyone stopped for a minute to evaluate the situation but then after a pause, life in the house continued as normal (as normal?? for ...
... they were not registered, or they received a ballot already marked. In such a case the best the voter could do would be to spoil the ballot so that it didn't count.
By 8 pm tonight both leading candidates of National and Libre were both claiming victory, but the electoral commission has announced with less than half the vote counted that as predetermined the National, or the ruling party, is ahead at 34% to the results of Xiomara of the Libre party at 28 %.
I had a three hour stop over in Houston (6-9 am), so a egg and cheese burrito seemed appropriate for a Texan breakfast. I walked the different corridors just to exercise my legs. The flight left a little late, and was comfortable enough but it was a lot of sitting. United airlines does give you a seat but if you want to watch anything you pay by the hour, or you look ...
... whenever we can, however, we've discovered not a lot places have them in Central America.
Tues 17th Apr.
Up at 7.15am for an early breakfast and down to the bus terminal to catch a bus to Tegucigalpa the capitol of Honduras. Even at 9am it was swelteringly hot sat in the back of the hotel van. We managed to catch a 9.30am bus that left at 9.45am and really enjoyed the cooler air as we climbed out of the ...
... breaky and we had English movies - luxury! The journey into Honduras was beautiful, through the mountains,and the border crossing was pretty straight forward, as it is simply a shed! Once inside Honduras I noticed how everything seemed to be sponsored by Pepsi, all the signs indicating you were in a new town we provided Pepsi, the water towers had Pepsi on them, all shop awnings were ...
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