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... asked Jesus to help me, and started sharing. There was one particular incident that really touched me. Bobby and I started sharing with a patient who was near death. When I began to speak to her about Jesus, she immediately mentioned that she was baptized and had taken communion. She also stated that a priest had come by to anoint her with oil. Shortly after that she began to lose her focus. Her son was sitting at the bed side listening to everything we were saying. He stated ...
... new toilets recently built, however without electricity the water canīt be pumped into them so they are currently sitting locked while of the two latrines which the children can use, one has no door and the other is nearly full. Letīs say I make sure not to drink too much water before going to school! The rubble from the building works is still just laying around the yard which the children run through, throw and get up to goodness ...
... I'm also learning lots and am having to try out new styles and techniques. You can follow my challenge here.
Turns out that Popoyo was experiencing something close to a hurricane, which doesn't make for good surf or good times. We tied down everything we owned and braved it for a week. After a week we decided to cut our losses and move on. Again. Popoyo was nice though, the beaches were pretty, the sunsets were spectacular, but it was also ...
... sure why the huge price difference though.
In Tegucigalpa, I would recommend staying away from the bus station as its in a dodgy area. I stayed in Minister Business Hotel at the weekend for a little bit of luxury. They have weekend rates. On the Monday night I stayed at Granada 2 Hotel for $20. Its clean and basic and it comes with cable TV and hot water :-)
... either way I am disappointed so far by their lack of friendliness. On the bright side though, the locals are all very friendly. They have been helpful and kind to me when I ask questions. Being able to speak the language has been very comforting as well.
We hung out a bit with another traveler that was also staying in the home. He is from New Zealand and has been taking language classes in Granada for a few weeks. His teacher ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking