Hotel Casa Del Arbol
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... by getting off a plane and heading for baggage reclaim, only to find ourselves outside at the taxi rank without our bags. We walked all the way back to the runway and there were our rucksacks - on the tarmac. But the Hondurans are clearly more professional than the Guatemalans when it comes to bag management. And our two bags were indeed inside on the baggage carousel (albeit having been placed there rather than being conveyed out) by the time we got ...
... of El Salvador, Oscar Romero. Such is the church in the Americas - deeply polarized because of different fundamental understandings of the role of church since the time of the conquest. The new Pope perhaps is going to shake things up a bit - the talk is there and we will see if anything actually changes.
The people at the radio and at ERIC are quite exceptional. Dedicated and aware of their ability to influence society, they work long hours promoting ...
... bought plastic plates and forks, considering that we expected upwards of 40 people or more.
Saturday morning I started working on cutting the chicken pieces into the required size. I decided to also add some chorizo sausage, which I have done at home. I prepared the cilantro sauce (here in Honduras they say "culantro" as in Peru) with a few jalapeņo peppers as it seems that here the picante is very moderate. Jalapeņos were the only spicy peppers in the market. I set up ...
... I understood that I couldn't get him out of the room easily, and he understood that he couldn't get through the closed bathroom door to my bedroom, with every bolter and towel in the place wedged in the gaps under the door.
After a fitful night's sleep we were ready for the off. In fact we were ready for the off about half an hour ahead of schedule as most of my companions had had their own cockroach situation. Just as we were leaving at 4am the ...
... men cannot pass us without saying something or whistling. Unless they are a taxi driver in which case they follow you saying 'taxi, taxi!' until you say no at least 3 times. It gets old pretty quickly. When we got off the bus from La Ceiba they were asking us if we wanted to go to La Ceiba! When we went to buy our bus tickets they camped outside the office waiting for us to finish because THEN we might want a taxi. I'm sure they do it because it's the only way to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool