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... trip unlike the RTW trip where we just played it by the ear.
Central America is an inviting destination during the Northern winter despite its reputation as a hotbed of drug-traffic related crime. That negative reputation is more than offset by its many attractions: the opportunity to explore the history of the mysterious Maya, the abundant bird life, the hilly forested terrain, lakes and ...
... western edge of the square were some women selling toys. Some of the toys were plastic blow-up balls, etc. They must have been quite ancient. The selection of blow-up toys included an airplane with the PanAm name emblazoned on the side.
We departed the cafe, walking from shop to shop. The local taxis are a unique aspect of the town. They are the three-wheel, tuk tuk style taxis. I did not get in one. I am not sure I would have ...
... socio-political analysis for which he is much in demand and widely respected in the country in church and non-church circles. His clarity and authority is also one reason he faces strong criticism from people in government and the pro-coup church authorities who still represent the oligarchy and the military. I sent a reflection to Melo about part of my experience last year in Honduras and it was published in the March 2014 issue of ENVIO Honduras. ...
... me off – usually I always ask how much it is before handing
over any cash, but after seeing everyone in front of me hand in a 10, I gave
him a 20 note, expecting change, but then when I went up and asked for it back
I just got completely blanked and annoyed. I know in reality it probably
equates to like 50 cents but still it was like dude, you’re not even being sly
about this, as he practically pushed me off the bus, before I got chance to
... food, including fried plantains (which are delicious).
One of the things that the volunteers and I do for fun here is go to the amazing pool at the Marriott hotel here. Last Sunday, we went and relaxed by the pool all day, which was like a miniature resort paradise - and a great break from the rest of Tegucigalpa. There are some pictures below of where I am staying.
Other places to stay in Tegucigalpa
Avenida Roble, frente a Mall Multiplaza, Tegucigalpa | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Boulevard Juan Pablo Segundo, Tegucigalpa | 3 star hotelfrom $128
Yamaga Onsen, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $146
Ave Republica de Chile, Tegucigalpa | 4 star hotelfrom $40
Colonia Palmira Apartado Postal 864, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $97
Colonia Palmira, Frente a Plaza San Martin, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $112
Col. Palmira Ave. Republica del Peru No. 2115, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $74
Avenida Cervantes 1515, Tegucigalpa | 4 star hotelfrom $70
Col. Alameda Calle Principal, Tegucigalpa | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Colonia Humuya #1150, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $96
Lomas del Guijarro Calle Roma 3929, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $66
Avenida Luis Bogran, Tegucigalpa | Hotelfrom $70