Hotel Casa Aroma de Cafe

Address: Colonia Universidad, San Pedro Sula, Honduras | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Colonia Universidad, San Pedro Sula.
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      Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

      Domingo, el 13

      A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 13, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... What is not standard, however, is that the fact that a typical privately run bilingual school tuition is anywhere from $100-$2000 per month, and students of the Villa Bilingual school pay a fee of $20 per month. Most of the children that live in Villa attend school on scholarships, and there are students from neighboring villages who are welcome with the nominal fee. While most privately run schools use the tuition money to fill their pockets, ...

      The Story

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 11, 2013

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... Much of our industrial base has already gone south where wages are low and working conditions are not a consideration. Do we care that tomatoes from Florida come from conditions that are all but in name "slavery"? Our t-shirts from Honduras or Bangladesh? Our electronics from China? Much of our frozen fish comes from sewage ponds in Thailand, China or Viet Nam? We live in a global economy even if we don't want to think about it.

      We have I suggest much to learn from ...

      Doña Lita´s birthday

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Nov 23, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... br>
      People started arriving around 5 pm, when it was still day light but then as it got dark it started to pour rain, with some strong thunder rumbles and then blackout. Blackout was total blackout - the house had only one battery operated lamp and the stove was electric. The arroz con pollo being cooked in a large pot was nearly finished so I decided that the internal heat would finish the job which it did. More family arrived, with Melo doing a shuttle service for some of ...

      Baleadas, Negotiations and HIBERNATION

      A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Oct 25, 2013

      2 photos

      ... in hairdressing. Luckily, there was another nice hotel cafe which became our second home. We had an amazing night, which began with the mysterious arrival of some "Salva Vida" beers (which literally means lifesaver); somewhat ironic considering our recent discovery. The source of our beers were two Hondurans called Wilbur and Thomas. Wilbur was incapable of stringing a sentence together and just gazed intensely into our eyes; and Thomas, an old renowned journalist, just ...

      Buses and Bullies

      A travel blog entry by chiliadventures on Jan 23, 2012

      9 photos

      ... on outside our gates but felt very secure in our room. Why all the worry about crime? Yes, if you are walking outside anywhere at the wrong time, bad things can happen. Yes, if we were walking around this neighborhood at that time sporting expensive items, bags - we may be robbed. All in all, we felt safe but intensely aware of our surroundings.

      Fortunately, at 3:30 am, when our alarm went off, the street rumble ...