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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... for our clothing and the items that Marisa requested, Bagel World bagels, Annie's Mac and Cheese, Sour Patch kids, tea,contact solution, cold meds, etc. It is funny what you miss.
We got to the airport in San Pedro Sula and were heading off to customs, they held about 1/2 of the plane for about 10 minutes in the hall, we think customs just got overwhelmed. Once we were in line it was another 30 minutes to clear customs, our passports were stamped and we got our ...
... Also, please forgive my typos, it's not as easy as typing with a traditional keyboard!! That being said, i look forward to documenting this new journey of mine, thank you for sharing it with me :) I'll get back to the Buena Vista Social Club playing in my ears, the latina in me that is awakening with every breath and the warm and humid honduran air that is already making my hair a total mess! Hasta pronto Love, Tani ...
... of church retreats. I was seated next to a high schooler from Canada and a retired woman who now spends her time travelling and bird watching. Apparently, Honduras is one of the best places in the Americas for bird watching.
When we arrived in San Pedro Sula Sean and I met up once again to go through the security check and get our Visas. It turned out to be a very easy process, just a quick passport check, a stamp, a paper visa, and a photo snapped. From there we went to ...
... a half mile away from us there was a
giant group of birds fishing in the water. They would do a circle and
then nose dive into the water grabbing the fish in their beaks. It
was a sight to see. A guy that was swimming with us takes his pants
off under the water and talks about how freeing it feels to do so.
He talks me into doing the same. And to tell the truth it did feel
really amazing. I felt like it was just me and the ocean together as
one, or ...
... to the outskirts of town and found a river where children were swimming. At night, we played cards, drank rum, and talked with the other volunteers.
I will write more when I can! I found a new internet cafe very close to my house, it is much more convenient than walking all the way to the square. Stories to come - The Honduran wake, English is a ridiculous language, Flakita the cat, Hondurans spray paint their pets, and many more. Stay tuned, my friends. ...