- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the rest of the day on fruit and biscuits. I always like to get a least one good meal in the day to keep the carbo level up for energy purposes. If I can I usually try and make sure there is some sort of pasta or rice involved. I decided to take a walk down the street, except everything in the entire street was closed.
I tried the next street.
And the next one.
It seems once the sun goes down, Comayagua goes to sleep. I walked back ...
... the waiting vehicle. He drove me to the hotel where I was able to check-in. When I came back out of the hotel, he drove me to the Embassy.
I quickly discovered that there really is no such thing as a straight road here. In addition, the roads snake up and down the mountainous/hilly terrain.
When I returned to the hotel that evening, I was so tired I was in bed by ...
As the announcement to turn off our electronics and return our seats into an upright position came over the PA, we got our first glimpse of Tegucigalpa, and man it looked good. Seated in a spectacular valley that it eventually outgrew, the city has sprawled up and over numerous hills and rocky formations in the area. As we looked on in amazement at the houses and buildings littering the steep hillsides, partially overgrown with thick jungle ...
... that prevents you from getting a boyfriend or girlfriend, so you can only imagine most people want to get corrective surgery! Also while shadowing Dr. Flores, we heard some amazing stories about patients who come in from the brigadas in the villages to the clinic to get eye care. Dr. Flores compared it to someone from smalltown, USA being sent to somewhere like London to receive a free surgery. Here, one of the biggest obstacles for patients is the fear ...
... of his went up the hills to give Eduardo and me a ride back to town
around 2 am. Chuy is Eduardo´s best friend, he´s my friend too and the drummer
of our band. As they were waiting for us they parked in front of an old
catholic church in the woods that they found very creepy, so they were teasing
themselves about it all the way back. I was half asleep so I can barely
remember what they were saying.
We all went
to Eduardo´s house and ...
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