Hotel Plaza San Martin
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... it's a different story from that vantage point ... Well, that's Tegucigalpa in a nutshell. Good from far, but far from good.
The mountainous nature of the area combined with years of uncontrolled growth up every slope has created a tightly knit network of winding and poorly maintained roads. The roads are lined with barbed wire enclosures and high walls topped with electric fencing. The result is limited visibility and a lack of ...
... city in the world)! We quickly realised why this place was one of the murder capitals of the world. We were confronted with dilapidated buildings, pollution and sketchy looking characters spread throughout the streets. The streets surrounding our hostel resembled an episode of Walking Dead and our hostel manager told us not to be outside after 7:00pm.
We managed to get through the night and arrived at the bus depot nice and early to secure our seat (we ...
... for dinner and wander home afterwards, in Tegucigalpa we were quite content to have dinner in the most populated central area and head home before dark!! But how do you stop such a culture in a city? I've appreciated ... The culture and lifestyle in Central America. It is such an easy and interesting area to travel in. People are friendly and extremely helpful. The food is interesting and the landscape varied. I have really enjoyed the way most ...
... cinnamon - and maybe something else. They weren't bad but they were a little heavy.
Oops, we crossed the border into Honduras sometime before breakfast. Lou told us about the customs people trying to extort extra money and about how corrupt the officials, including the police, were in Honduras. The current President had pledged to improve things and Lou says that he has managed some improvements, especially ...
... makes us feel quite wary.
A ferry and two lengthy bus journeys later we finally arrived in Tegulcigapa after dark and took a taxi to our hotel. Cities always seem more threatening in the dark and this one was no exception. The hotel was in a run down part of town and the receptionist seemed a little highly strung, responding to our difficulty in understanding her by speaking louder and even more quickly. Our room seemed spacious and clean until we realised that we were sharing ...