Hotel Monteolivos

10 calle 15 Avenida, San Pedro Sula, 504, Honduras | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 10 calle 15 Avenida, San Pedro Sula.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

    Miercoles, el 16

    A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... bring them whatever tools or supplies they needed. I also got to help
    Wilson hammer holes in the concrete to run electrical wire down the walls. That
    was fun but I am gonna be so sore tomorrow.

    Lunchtime today – spaghetti with
    meat sauce! So yummy. But the best was after lunch when we all hopped in Ana’s
    truck (yes the back) and went to a little stand that sells coconuts. The lady
    stabs a hole in the top and we got to ...

    Boats, Buses and Shank's Pony (Part II)

    A travel blog entry by thewalkers on Feb 20, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... still at the coffee stand getting our morning hit. The air steward found us at the counter and told us the plane was ready to go but unfortunately we couldn’t take our coffee on board. No matter - we’ll grab one on the plane (see photo). OK - maybe not - but we’ll be in Honduras airport in an hour so we’ll get one there. We jumped on the plane and they shut the door - with only us on board. I thought of Martha and what she had told ...

    The Story

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 11, 2013

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... the car was full and only Melo can drive, so he will have another extremely full day.

    In some of the correspondence I have had from up north, people have expressed their admiration for what I am doing and my "courage" in being here. While I am aware of the dangers, perhaps the dangers I face are less than the average person who walks to work or goes to the market for vegetables. I am living somewhat "enclosed" because I would be more visible and ...


    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Nov 27, 2013

    ... more likely that before the balloting process began, there were deals made with the official party that those votes would be counted for the government. The official observer teams were not interested in looking beyond the obvious because the purpose of the election was to provide "legitimacy" to the ruling party which in turn favours the interests of foreign countries in Honduras. Observer groups that were independent of governments were more critical and ...

    From the sublime to the downright dangerous

    A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Jul 27, 2013

    1 comment

    ... got lost. The driver of our bus insisted on having the lights on in the main part of the bus (it was dark by this point) so we looked just like what we were; a very conspicuous bunch of lost tourists who were ripe to be robbed. At one point there were 5 men with machine guns observing us (this is not a joke) at which point we were all losing our sense of humour and telling nancy that if we didn't get barricaded into our hotel soon then we were going to insist the ...