Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula, Honduras

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San Pedro Sula, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

San Pedro Sula

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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re-start of travels part deux, San pedro sula, Honduras travel blog

re-start of travels part deux

A travel blog entry by kris

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I left the hostel at 10am to catch my 1pm flight from Miami to San Pedro Sula, I thought I would try a save a few dollars and catch the bus there, after boarding the M bus I started to realise that it may be a mistake as the M bus takes you halfway around ...

Heatherīs deep thoughts, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Heatherīs deep thoughts

A travel blog entry by iwasthud

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BONUS SECTION: HEATHERS EPIPHANIES We actually only drove through San Pedro Sula so there is really nothing to report about this destination. But I have had a few epiphanies that I wanted to share and what better place than here. #1 (Gross text ...

Stop Number Four, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Stop Number Four

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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We arrived at the main terminal here, and found our next bus to La Cieba.  A one-hour layover gave us a chance to take care of errands -- food, ATM, and (very very sadly) discovering that Chicago will not be hosting the Olympics in 2016.  :( ...

The one where we jumped the fence, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

The one where we jumped the fence

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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... would definately qualify.  If Honduras won, they would be likely to qualify. Friday night, when Steph and I arrived in San Pedro Sula, the three of us headed to a bar in town called the International Doghouse Tavern.  The owner is an American ...

San Pedro Sula, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

San Pedro Sula

A travel blog entry by hasson.yossi

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Bussin north, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Bussin north

A travel blog entry by samwax

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The Gutsy Barbie Doll, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

The Gutsy Barbie Doll

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... to get back to Kenia.  She was often on the fringe of the class.  This was only her second year at San Jeronimo Bilingual School (SJBS), as compared to most of her classmates, who had been together since pre-kindergarten, for seven years!  ...

Going Back to Cofradia - Day 1, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

Going Back to Cofradia - Day 1

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

Going Back to Cofradia - Day 1 When I had first called and spoken with Thiago, he had thought that I could fill in, in the mornings, at the school for the second grade teacher, who had to leave a week early to begin her new job back in the states. It ...

Goodbye......, Cofradía, Honduras travel blog

Goodbye......

A travel blog entry by krisgoodier

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... eat it all, not before smearing some of the icing all over each others (and ours!) faces. This is a kind of tradition in Honduras where the cake receiver has their face either pushed into the cake or just some of the icing wiped on their face. Fair does! ...

i love baleadas!, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

i love baleadas!

A travel blog entry by rubyfunk

On saturday, it was back to san pedro sula and Tamarindo hostel - again! i went browsing around the Artisans market, bought a pic of the last supper made with seeds and wood, had baleadas for dinner - I'm addicted - and watched a weird russian movie and ...

Sao Paulo Sur!!, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Sao Paulo Sur!!

A travel blog entry by laurasimon

The title refers to an Ozzy chap we met on the bus to La Ceiba, thats what he thought San Pedro was called!  Brilliant! We're back in hot, sweaty SPS where the temperature seems to be rising by the day.  I must mention that Chiquito AND Dole ...

New Kid on the Block, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

New Kid on the Block

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... of the newspaper article Josselyn brought in to show me.  I believe he would be incredibly proud of this girl, his offspring who answers any question, with poise and confidence.  Could Honduras be ready for a female president in forty ...

In transit (via the world's nastiest hotel), San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

In transit (via the world's nastiest hotel)

A travel blog entry by missemilygray

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... a direct bus from Copan to Tegucigalpa today as planned: the road is blocked due to flooding and landslides. Decided to head to San Pedro instead: better travel connections from there and there's no point staying in Copan now that I've decided I can't ...

San Pedro Sula, Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

A travel blog entry by globekiter

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Meeting Conor, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Meeting Conor

A travel blog entry by martinmcnally

Met Conor in San Pedro Sula, Honduras after a travel over the border. Stayed the night and went out and reminised old times in a great club called Confettis with the local chicas in a Halloween party nearly a week late...top ...

Hello Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Hello Honduras

A travel blog entry by mark_kate

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... countryside with 'golden-oldie' love songs blasting through the sound system. We had to make a bus change for the last stage to San Pedro Sula which took place with neither of the buses coming to a complete stop – somehow we made it with all of bags ...

Finally, Cofradia, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

Finally, Cofradia

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... fire engine yellow. There are only spots of grass, growing sparsely here and there, which is incredibly typical within any city limits in Honduras, that I have seen. It is, truthfully, a decent small park, that the locals use quite a bit, and perhaps the ...

Arriving in San Pedro Sula and going to Roatan, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Arriving in San Pedro Sula and going to Roatan

A travel blog entry by colleenmac

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After arriving in Honduras Allison (my cousin), her friend/co-worker Nicole and I headed from San pedro Sula to a town called La Ceiba. Then the next day we took a ferry over to the island on Roatan. So cool!! We stayed on a part of the island that was ...

Vamos á Mexico... Day 1, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Vamos á Mexico... Day 1

A travel blog entry by lpringle

... and head to the ferry. This was the start of a very long journey to Mexico City! From the ferry we got a bus to San Pedro Sula, back in the murder capital - horay, and jumped in a cab to the recommended tourist hostel. Unfortunately they were full, but ...

The Lost Boy, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

The Lost Boy

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... time, that I would hear stories that often contradicted each other.  His father was in prison in the states, or in a prison in Honduras, or living in a nearby town, or maybe getting out of prison soon, or maybe even dead.  What I came to believe ...

A far less dramatic story than the last time..., San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

A far less dramatic story than the last time...

A travel blog entry by our_oyster

Well, we really didnīt want to do it but weīre back in San Pedro Sula. In order to avoid the mess we were in last time we were here we just went back to the hostel we stayed in that we liked. Really, we donīt have a lot of positive things to say about ...

Garifuna village in honduras, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Garifuna village in honduras

A travel blog entry by trackingdj

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... our time on the coast of Honduras at the end of the trip.  There is a village just outside of Puerto Cortez, Honduras that is composed of a different race of people than the rest of the country. These people are called the Garifuna people. They ...

My Youngest Sixth Grader, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

My Youngest Sixth Grader

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... student, our twelve year-old Josselyn.  She is very bright and speaks very good english, for a ten year-old living in Honduras.  She is quick at math, learning new vocabulary words, even for science, and gives just about everything her best ...

My Gentle Class, Cofradia, Cortes, Honduras travel blog

My Gentle Class

A travel blog entry by jbtheflea79

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... nbsp; The End of the Second Bimester It's funny really.  I don't know why they call it a bimester.  In the San Jeronimo Bilingual School system there are actually five "mesters."  But we call them bimesters... We have just ended our ...

30 Below to 30 Above, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

30 Below to 30 Above

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

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We had a mid-morning flight to San Pedro Sula, one of the cities in Honduras with an international airport.  You can also fly into Tegucigalpa (pronounced Te-goo-see-gul-pa) or to the island of Roatan, but San Pedro Sula made the most sense for our ...

Stupid People...I mean, Stupid Person, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Stupid People...I mean, Stupid Person

A travel blog entry by our_oyster

The journey from San Salvador, El Salvador to San Pedro Sula, Honduras made for an extremely long and unpleasant day of traveling. We had to wait around pretty much all day for the cheap bus because it was half the price as the morning bus. But it was ...

More School stories, Cofradia, Honduras travel blog

More School stories

A travel blog entry by mickandsarah

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... nearly all of her time playing Super Mario (she's quite good at it by now). The funny thing about this is that we are in Honduras, so what do they have next to the photocopier? Erra shur... it seems as good a place as any to leave the security guards ...

Honduras travel - Adventure & Relaxing travelling, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Honduras travel - Adventure & Relaxing travelling

A travel blog entry by juanpaz

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... —National Park Cusuco About the trip: I am sure that there are many places to visit in Honduras, however, what I liked about San Pedro Sula was its ideal location. This city is a perfect base to explore the different highlights of ...

Hope for the people. - San Pedro Sula, Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

Hope for the people. - San Pedro Sula, Honduras

A travel blog entry by juanpaz

... to the park. Universities and schools are making their travel place here. Itīs advantage will always be the closeness of San Pedro Sula. 15 Minutes departing from the city, you are already looking at astonishing views, being above the sky, above the ...

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