Honduras Maya Hotel
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... we all dressed so we were fully covered, with towels covering our hair/neck. Like some sort of cult we made our way to the fire. Picture Lord of the Flies before the violence. There was singing and dancing. But of course most importantly the distribution of marshmallows, which we cooked on bamboo sticks. The Hondurans showed us 2 types of dance: danza and punta. They were amazing and we all joined in with the punta even ...
... 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
... city and the countryside. People in the countryside may not have a lot but they seem quite content and on the whole have what they need. People are generally so open, friendly and genuine. As the 'Lonely Planet' says, interactions are based on mutual respect. In the short time we have spent in the cities, we felt quite a different vibe. The gap between the very wealthy and very poor is exaggerated. Some areas do not feel very safe as people are ...
... off his mule.......(the mule was found). A grade-school age boy was seen for some extensive work at the end of one day, but still had a great deal more that he needed. Hermana offered to let the family stay at the compound overnight but the man said he had no way to contact his wife. They ended up walking multiple hours home that night and then back again the next morning back to continue treatment.
Most of our work consisted of ...
... with Maya style little monuments... then a nice hot bowl of Honduran stew, while it pours down raining outside.
I find myself in a bit of a predicament, and all the ATMs seem to only work with Visa. So my exploration of the city is also a quest for an ATM that takes Mastercard... from one end of the valley and up the slopes, down a main boulevard lined with police and military (I assume the president ...