Clarion Hotel Real Tegucigalpa
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I am sat on the bus on the way to El carrizal writing this. I have just taught Franklin (a Honduran) the idea of flash cards to help him learn all the English words he has in his notebook.
The scenery on the drive has been amazing: so many mountains and trees. Really beautiful. The Hondurans were helping us to try and take a good picture of Tegucigalpa whilst driving around the very curvy roads. This is not a place for someone who gets ...
... the last two weeks, in the next big city from El carrizal, was a man was arrested for killing his friend with a machete. They have told us some shocking stories but we are going to a very rural area so will be fine (touch wood). It's unlikely that even the notorious mosquitoes will cause us problems because we are so high up in the mountains. After lunch, we had our 2nd match of football! It was even hotter than the other day. ...
... who was killed in April 2014. Carlos was the right hand of Melo, seeing to the efficiency of many things beyond his job. Melo has shown much concern for his parents and the large family which Carlos was helping to support.) It was the 60th birthday of Salvadora, mother of Carlos Mejia, By 4:30 the Mariachi were beginning with the traditional birthday serendade with "Las Maņanitas" The family quickly appeared and soon enough Salvadora appeared to see her birthday ...
... 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 ...
... a seat at the back for a bit of a nap.
The trip to the Honduran capital was relatively short, around two hours. We were deposited in the Comayaguela district, one of those neighbourhoods which they tell you not to go into day or night. So of course they decide to put most of the bus terminals there!
I approached the first taxi driver I could find. We started the car with a jump start down the hill. Nice one. True to form, he had never heard of ...