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... color to its original painted peach. We indulged in our usual practice of paying a visit. We were not entirely surprised to see plenty of people being seated in the pews, this being Christmas Day. But we were really gratified as someone standing behind the last row turned around as we entered and smiled a very warm welcome and pointed at a few empty spaces near the back rows.
We were not quite ...
... it would seem, partly because my ears are not fine tuned to the different accents and colloquial expressions. Actually I find it quite good for me to help build my vocabulary as well as understanding the reality discussed in the video. It also makes me feel somewhat useful without getting in the way.
Saturday will be a busy and interesting day, so a blog Saturday is almost guaranteed.
No photos to add as I forgot to take my camera to ...
... happen if I went to downtown at
night , the answer was you would pretty much definitely get attacked and/or
robbed. This also explains why I have absolutely zero pictures of Tegucigalpa –
not that there is too much to see anyway…
I did however stick around a second night though, as during
the day, I got a bus a couple of hours away to another National Park
recommended by Lonely Planet which said it was an easy day trip from the
... bad men are here." Suddenly, the sun was below the horizon and the park held more shadow and a thin and sharp razorblade feeling filled the air. The couples and through children were gone and in their place sat dark, shadowed men. In the gateway to the park stood a woman in a green shirt. She looked coy and tricky and too alluring to be anything but dangerous. She beckoned, but we dared not pass through the arch she leaned on. Later: ...
... place it is composed mostly of shops filled with souvenirs, art galleries and Western restaurants. We spent one night, although I think we all sort of regretted it. There was simply nothing to do here and could easily have been done as a day trip. All the art galleries for which the ...