Clarion Hotel Real Tegucigalpa
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... 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, ...
Thursday evening found me once again in the capital city, Tegucigalpa. I came here with two key members of Melo's team to participate in a "conversatorio" -best translated as a panel discussion at the U.N.A.H. - the Autonomous National University of Honduras. Part of the work of ERIC, among it's many scientific, economical, and sociological publications, is the publication of the quarterly magazine ENVIO. Melo is a regular contributor with rather heavy ...
... I spent two days at the lake, without
actually seeing the lake! Or at least properly,… I saw the mouth, and kind of
half of it from the bus window obstructed by some market trader shoving a
slappy dry pasty in my face. I did however visit another amazing waterfall about
half an hour away, for a usual collection of sweaty selfies. That was pretty
awesome – check the pics!
My memory of that though was again tainted by the dude on
... that I took for granted most while at home were the cookware and the water pressure! My shower kind of looks like it could electrocute me at any minute. (You can see the interesting water heater in one of the pictures.) Also, cutting onions and celery on a 6 inch glass plate with a butter knife is quite a culinary experience. In a few days, some of the women from the clinic are going to teach us how to make ...