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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... br> For lunch we ate in a restaurant. I had a very Honduran 'ham sandwich' and we used the wifi a bit.
At 1.30 we have to get the bus to go back to El carrizal. I think we are all a bit reluctant because there isn't really anything to do there in comparison to la Esperanza. We are going to try and find the football field and also play monopolio, which Noel and I bought to play with the children. Perhaps we'll even crack open the chocolate fingers as comfort ...
... evening meeting at 9:30 with some interesting visitors, but fortunately Elvin was available to drive Melo and to pick him up so that I could go to bed fairly early by 10 pm.
Again I was up at 4 am to be ready to leave sharp at 5 am so that Melo could put in a full day at the Center. We did stop just past half way at a highway restaurant that served a very good typical breakfast, a place that I know well now after so many trips to Tegucigalpa.
... constitution has been changed by the Supreme Court. Many countries have traditionally banned Presidents from serving a second term. So no matter how bad they were, the corrupt system would at least have to switch leaders every 6 years. The current dictatorship has decided that it wants to continue on, with of course the guise of a phony electoral process. The Supreme Court judges were all changed with persons supporting the dictatorship and then was able to simply rule ...
A quick two night stop over in Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital city. Now, after surviving the most dangerous city in the world, I was feeling pretty confident about the capital city, after all what could go wrong? Well first of all, after a 13 hour day of travelling I got dropped off in the middle of nowhere which, appears to be the norm in CA. Another norm is to have several taxi ...
... in the long term?
During our short stay, the answers to these questions began to unfold in the life of a 17 year old named Luis. Tony and I went for a haircut at a local barber shop. Tony talked with the owner, a young, hip, hard working guy who hammered a thriving, profitable business out of pretty much nothing. The dude was impressive. He had drive. Over a few discussions in a couple of days, Tony scored an opportunity for Luis, who wants to be ...