Hotel Plaza San Martin
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... drove the car back out to the main highway and I was able to take over and give him a chance to sleep a bit. So far that is probably the more practical support I have been able to give Melo, to be his co-driver so that he can catch a siesta between jobs.
On a more recent trip I accompanied Melo and a group from ERIC/RP to the capital city - Tegucigalpa. When talking people talk about "teguz" but I am getting more used to the abbreviations and some of the ...
... but I felt people were confusing it with hotels. As it is a relatively new hostel, I was also pretty sure few of them had genuinely heard of it. Eventually we spoke to another taxi driver who spoke confidentially. We followed his directions and we both spotted the hostel sign at the same time. I paid him and skadaddled quick before he needed another jump start.
The young lady in the Palmira hostel spoke very little English, but I was picking up enough ...
... Park. All totaled, we walked just over two miles today.
As we walked along the street, I just could not help but notice the plethora of wires and cables strung from power pole to power pole. It just looked like a mess to me. I am glad I am not in charge of troubleshooting when there is a connectivity problem.
When we made it to the small church on the plaza, Dolores Church (more accurately translated as Our Lady of Sorrows); ...
More than anything it was a relief to leave Utila and get
one with the next stage of my trip, although with all my flights now booked I
knew I’d have to kind of rush a little bit through the rest of Honduras, which
as you’ll find out, wasn’t the worst thing in the world!
I tried sorting a Couchsurfing host in the first town (La
Ceiba) back on the mainland but he was about as useful as replying as some people
I’ve tried messaging ...
... you just have to develop a job for yourself when you do not have employment. Some of the ways people earn a living are quite impressive. Just yesterday we were quietly sitting in a comedor eating lunch when a young man headed in and did a round of the tables. He had a tube of toothpaste in one hand and a couple of bars of soap in the other. I guess you could call him a travellling salesman! Everywhere small stalls are set up on the pavement, selling ...