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Primera parada en Honduras en la población rodeada de parque naturales de Tela. Antes hablar del paso de frontera algo que posiblemente no nos vuelva a pasar en casi todo el viaje. Llegamos desde Guatemala después de un viaje en lancha y una combi que te deja en el paso fronterizo (unos kilómetros antes se detiene para que puedas poner tu sello de …
... road, occupied mostly, it appeared, by Hondurans drinking beer. Our new acquaintance, a Hungarian, was the proprietor and he found us a table and brought a couple of cold beers. It was just what we needed before returning to our balcony where we had difficulty staying awake for long as we listened to the peaceful sound of the sea.
We had a lovely relaxing day on Tuesday. We spent some time by the hotel pool before adjourning to the beach. We ...
... up! Which is what we did after jumping off the bus on the highway. The people here are so friendly and will always give you a ride if they are going that way. They were only going so far do we had to jump out and try flag another, this time it was the police pick up truck and they offered before we even asked! No doubt all the locals thought us gringos had been up to no good as we rode through town in the back but it was a free lift...and the safest ...
... teller gave her and Kristi tickest to the wrong city! The teller, growing more stressed in the wake of this SNAFU, now cancels the tickets, refunds the money, and the girls have to purchase new passes. Logically, this process should only take minute or two. Realistically, it takes eight. The bus stewardess checks in with the teller to see what is taking so long, at least she knows we're here and not to leave without us. Finally...we all ...
... t get lost. How nice of him, but he could have told us! After getting back on the right path we finally made it to the swimming hole and had a refreshing dip while crazy local kids jumped off the trees and bamboo 15-20m above the river.
The next day we went to Punta Sal, also known as Parque Nacional Jeanette Kawas. This is the strip of land you can see curving off to the east if you stand on the beach ...
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