Isabella Boutique Hotel

Address: 15th Ave. 8th St. NW, San Pedro Sula, C.A., Honduras | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 15th Ave. 8th St. NW, San Pedro Sula.
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      Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

      Lunes? (I cannot keep track of the days here...)

      A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Dec 29, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... from the bus. All I could think about the entire time they
      were doing this was “this bumper was torn off, by the bus, of Selinas!!!” Any Selena fans out there should get the
      reference ;)

      The locals from the village were helpful, as they kept
      reminding us how much better they were at using a pick ax, shoveling, etc. At one point, one of the young boys was
      singing along to a song from my awesome playlist of Spanish music, and a

      Two families

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 26, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... or girlfriends. Officially the government has dictated that not all murders should be recorded or reported so that it would appear to foreign investors or lending agencies that the reality in Honduras is improving. No one is fooled but it serves the interests of countries like Canada which has entered a free trade agreement and claims to be concerned about human rights. It is all white wash but the grim reality is only worse than last year. Add to that the crisis of migration - ...


      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 16, 2014

      I spent part of the day at the radio and then drove Melo to the airport in San Pedro Sula. Going there we had to cross a number of bridges crossing the Ulúa River and some of its tributaries. We could easily see the raring waters and where the waters had spilled over its banks into lower residential areas flooding homes and small businesses. The forecast is for more rain in the mountains and that is bad news for El Progreso neighbourhoods (called Colonias) that are on ...

      A day with my compadres

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 05, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... be served. At one point a man, somewhat junior to me, gave a report about a little girl from the community who needs some examinations in the hospital. The public hospital was demanding 2000 limpiras (about $100) for the tests. The community took a collection to help the family. The little girl has some small blood clots in her brain - doesn´t sound very positive to me. What got me was how this community used the traditional liturgy to celebrate ...


      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 20, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... simply didn't realize that the "congregation" was voting with their feet - three hours in the heat of the day was just too much.

      In a somewhat Latino flavour, a number of tables were set up by parishes and even private individuals selling religious books, bootlegged religious videos, rosaries and religious medals. Some were selling plastic bags with drinking water, and others walked about during the mass selling the equivalent of chips and popcorn ...