Hotel Mirador de Amapala
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Just to mark our passage through Honduras, set the pin on the map and the flag on the blog! We spent approximately 4 hours in Honduras, most of it at the borders in and out. We have one photo, a few worthless bank notes and a scrappy tourist visa to prove that we were ever ...
... about this and that. Sayda and Jose Antonio appear to be well respected business owners in the community.
After breakfast Claire and I walked with Sr. Rachel back to her house to pick up the laundry Juanita had so kindly done for us. Juanita is a character. But so is Sr. Rachel. I'm sure the two of them can stir up some good clean fun! Back to the hotel where we piled into the truck for a new adventure. This time off to ...
... and were ushered around by the very charismatic Adolfo, who seemed to have a wonderful rapport with the school children. As we entered each classroom he reminded the children to stand and greet us, which they did with enthusiasm! It reminded me of my school days at St. Phillip Neri in Compton, California. He then told them to sit down which they did on command! Ah.. Catholic education! In each classroom a student was ...
... Lesson #1 of this trip.. you don't need that much water to do what you do in a day.
Our Innkeepers were delightful and accommodating with hot coffee ready for us and chitchat is Espanol. Sister Rachel arrived early and waved down four triciclos to get us all to 8am Mass. We arrived in time to pray the rosary and to watch the community arrive- greeting and hugging one another. Although the weather is humid and hot, the ...
... the path a cautious toot was hailed. Mary Jane commented later that evening that it seemed like the highway people had a system and they formed a little community .. people waving across the road to one another and chatting with their neighbors.
We drove by two volcanos- Volcan Momotombo and Volcan Momotombito.
As we made the two hour trek, there was never a lull in the conversation and ...