Casa Kiwi Hostel

Address: Carretera Puerto Castilla, Trujillo, 3, Honduras | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Carretera Puerto Castilla, Trujillo.
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      Travel Blogs from Trujillo

      Community of Guadalupe Carney

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... the side ready to take some photos for this blog when a young girl came to me and said Melo needed to talk to me. So I left my chair which was conveniently positioned near a side door so that I could catch some of the breeze. Melo was already vested and sitting at the front. When I approached he stood up and took a stole from his bag and put it around my shoulders. It was 40 years ago that I was ordained, but I was not prepared for this and not comfortable ... but Melo ...

      Part three... no surprise

      A travel blog entry by chuckndora on Jul 31, 2010

      10 photos

      ... UCSF, USC, UCLA, amongst many many others). I on the other hand, devour books, and offer editorial guidance when writers block sets in for Dora. Its amazing the kind of essays one is to write for these applications.

      Next week is a big going away party for Dora and I, so we are looking forward to that, but until then its nose to the grind stone.

      Hope you all are having a great summer!
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      Los Tres Caballeros Borachos

      A travel blog entry by chuckndora on May 06, 2010

      1 comment

      ... sat heavy in Chucks gut as nursed his third beer behind the bar trying desperately to stay cool. There was an older Ozzy couple who, despite it being the relatively tame time of 7:30, had run up an enviable tab. To their right was an chronically single American, Bob, who could be anywhere from 40-70 years old. One look at the guy and all the empty beers in front of him, and it was obvious he had seen and done it all. Too drunk to carry on a conversation the Ozzies sat hanging on ...