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... after the away team grabbed the first the home team equalised and were awarded a dodgy penalty to grab the win.
After the game we went to a couple of trendy bars and had a thoroughly enjoyable time with our hosts who made sure we didn't leave without trying one local drink which tasted particularly dangerous.
In the mo(u)rning we said goodbye to the Aussies over a breakfast baleados and with a tear in our eyes off they went to grab ...
... On separate occasions, Tony pitched the idea of an apprenticeship to Luis and the barber. The barber was open, but apprehensive because he'd had apprenticeships in the past that flopped because the candidate couldn't hack it. Luis was crazy excited for the opportunity and showed no hesitation in accepting the gig. He would have to work for free for one year, four hours per day after school - sweeping, cleaning, and learning! Then he would get ...
... this caused subconsciously, or actually the more likely reason that
it is that dangerous? Tourists are rarely targeted, but after the brief little
experience in Utila (read the last blog), I wasn’t really fancying finding out,
so in the end, while Honduras may offer some amazing experiences and places,
the constant feeling of paranoia and being uneasy made this the least favourite
place I’ve visited on this trip.
Not that leaving it was to be easy….
... overheating. But, it was a really great place, and it is surprising to see that no matter where you are in the world, there are people who want to stay fit! Later that night, we went to a heladeria, an ice cream shop, where I got the most delicious popsicle made from fresh tropical fruits.
Today, we traveled out to a small place called Paradas Uno. Here, we saw around 70 - 80 patients. However, this ...
... br> As such, our Tega experience largely consisted of lying in a damp room, reading history books and eating stale, dry granola.
Our lone venture outside consisted of Pollolandia (a cultural delight long on Luke's hit list) and a frankly terrifying search for an ATM (probably the most unfortunate errand we could imagine given the neighbourhood and Lonely Planet scare mongering).
Terror got the ...
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