Honduras Maya Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tegucigalpa
... leave is the only boiling hot, lovely sunny day. I had a vegetable baleada for breakfast. Probably the last baleada as I leave Honduras later today. I do like them - like a Malaysian roti!! At 11.30am we sadly headed off in a taxi back to the airport. We were ridiculously early for our flight! The check in desk didn't even open until 1pm. And then the woman told us that the flight was delayed! Great. Apparently very cloudy in Tegucigalpa, so the plane hadn't yet been able to take ...
... from Massachusetts who had made three previous trips; and Marlon, a Honduran dentist who has been out of school for a year or so. Nancy and Barbara, two nurses from Massachusetts and a Marisha, a nurse from Alaska were our dental assistants for the week. Nurses are probably the most versatile people in the world! My thanks to all three of you!
Three physicians were in our crew: Tom, a pediatrician from Boston ...
... fast food restaurant by the big yellow chicken....don't know why.....
After the capital, we went up to about 1500 meters into the mountains to Valle de Angeles, the village center of Swiss Honduras. Before that we stopped at a corn product stand on the roadside. Some people tried the corn porridge and I tried the roasted corn - which
was tasty but took a long time to eat because it wasn't as tender as our ...
... assuring us that there was a Chinese restaurant just round the corner. It would have to do.
I'll spare you the details of what was probably the worst meal we've had so far because there was worse to come. On our return to the hotel Sherlock Judith found evidence of bed bugs and having suffered considerably from them before decided that she would go and sleep in the living room. I decided to take my chances but the seed had been planted and I felt very itchy indeed. I ...
... Rosa (Sociedad’s founder) had the main radio receiver, so she heard all that went on with the mission groups. So, Mae told Father Jeff to use the code word “medicine” for beer. Father Jeff asked Mae if she was able to pick up the medicine for the group while she was in Tegucigalpa and Mae responded, “Oh, yes! We have plenty of medicine for everyone!” Sister Maria Rosa called Mae to her office ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility