Crowne Plaza San Pedro Sula

Boulevard Morazan O- E, btwn Avda 10 & 11, San Pedro Sula, Honduras | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Boulevard Morazan O- E, btwn Avda 10 & 11, San Pedro Sula.
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

Viernes, el 18

A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 18, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... br> Superlatives- what everyone was awaiting since last night. We all voted on an "award" for each of the volunteers last night, and then presented the awards to each other. I got the “most likely to be blackmailed by her students.” Other awards included: “best gringo accent” – Matt, “most likely to be stopped at customs because she hid a child in her suitcase” – Julia, and “most likely to get hit by a random object at the ...

2nd Day in Honduras

A travel blog entry by driessengrika on Jun 22, 2014

5 photos

... street' market with little souvenir shops and such. However, unfortunately, the little market was closed (only open until noon on Sunday!). So, we walked around the busier area of downtown, where the big church is, a park right in front of the church, a small indoor mall area and lots of streets with restaurants and shops. It appeared that the locals were not really used to seeing many white people as we got many stares and a lot of ...

The Story

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 11, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... the car was full and only Melo can drive, so he will have another extremely full day.

In some of the correspondence I have had from up north, people have expressed their admiration for what I am doing and my "courage" in being here. While I am aware of the dangers, perhaps the dangers I face are less than the average person who walks to work or goes to the market for vegetables. I am living somewhat "enclosed" because I would be more visible and ...


A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Nov 27, 2013

... more likely that before the balloting process began, there were deals made with the official party that those votes would be counted for the government. The official observer teams were not interested in looking beyond the obvious because the purpose of the election was to provide "legitimacy" to the ruling party which in turn favours the interests of foreign countries in Honduras. Observer groups that were independent of governments were more critical and ...

Arrival into San Pedro Sula, Honduras

A travel blog entry by annsadventures on Oct 22, 2013

3 comments, 3 photos

It's a really clear day and we were able to see Cozumel and then the barrier reef off of the coast of Belize through the airplane windows. Amazing! As the plane turned toward the Honduran coast and we caught our first glimpse of the coastline and countryside – WOW! Clear ocean waters lapping up on onto lovely beaches; mountains, hills, valleys, all covered with lush, green shrubbery, ...