Honduras Maya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Mainland Honduras is not a country frequented by tourists and is a country that we almost left out of the plan because of its scary homicide statistics. Fortunately we laugh in the face of statistics and we discovered a Honduras which is beautiful, energetic, dynamic and who's people are welcoming and keen for you to know that you should look …
Amongst the tourist trinkets is some very nice work. Many of the oil paintings have very vibrant colors. No tourist shop is complete without the requisite ceramic roosters. No one we came across could provide a reason behind why virtually every shop sells the roosters. I guess the story is simply that one cannot buy them anywhere except in Honduras. The other mainstay of items for sale is hand carved wood items. The pieces are ...
... up the police forces.
We arrived in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, some time around noon. Apparently, the capital has been quite dangerous. There is a new law that motorcycles or motorbikes can only carry the driver or the driver and a woman passenger. This is intended to alleviate the drive-by shootings. Lou also told someone about a shooting that occurred as she was checking into a hotel with a group ...
... middle. Someone got the bright idea to take a picture of all of us piled onto the bed. It was hilarious! Once we were all settled in, we took a tour of the all girls’ school named after Mamma Mae’s aunt. This school is open to Honduran mothers who worked selling water and tortillas on the streets Monday through Saturday. On their one day off, Sunday, they are able to come to the school ...
... Flower). It now houses 48 boys, and 15 have graduated and moved on to the local university. One of the boys, Kevin, is attending bilingual school in hopes of one day becoming a doctor. We played soccer with the kids and it was INTENSE! It was Americans vs. Hondurans, and I think they had ball possession 99.9% of the time, haha. I think I might have touched the ball 3 times, but my crowning achievement was when I stole the ...