Clarion Hotel Real Tegucigalpa
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Welcome back to our travel blog! Whether you are a familiar reader who graced us with your company during our Round the World trip that ended more than a year ago or a new reader, we are delighted that you are here. We don't have quite the extended trip planned this time, but it sure is an interesting one for us and hope it is fun for you to read as well. You will notice that we have our itinerary figured out for the ...
... all ordered a beer. I had a Salva Vida (Life Saver), my favorite Honduran beer. Our server brought a complimentary plate of meats and corn tortillas. A woman cooked them on a flat grill placed directly on the sidewalk. The plate had both beef and chorizo. It was delicious.
The town square had a small Catholic church on the north side, with the municipal building located directly across the square. Just across the street from our table, ...
... the statue. The statue is about 65 feet tall. It sits on a 40-foot base, making the entire height just over 100 feet. It is a recent addition to Tegucigalpa, finished in 1987.
At the opposite end of the parking area was a replica Mayan temple. I opted to look, not walk to the top. After all of the walking during the tour, I was tired.
From there it was back to the Embassy and then my hotel for some rest and a rendezvous with Captain Morgan.
... feeling on edge that
something bad could happen, even when at times the most dangerous thing is one
of the shut the **** up barking dogs that seem to linger around with nothing
better to do other than eat and bark 24 hours a day. One of them jumped out and
actually legitimately caused super mega flinch and scared the **** out of me.
The rest of the time, it was just having to put up with the gunshot sounds in
the far distance…
So the long ...
... we buy groceries from the giant supermarket in Tegucigalpa, which is so full of American food staples that it feels like we have returned to the U.S. for a bit! The only difference is the fresh produce here is much less expensive than in the states. I can get tomatoes for only 20 cents per fruit.
All of the volunteers are staying in an apartahotel that is located right across from ZOE clinic. The ...