Hotel Paseo Miramontes

Colonia Miramontes, Tegucigalpa, Honduras | Hotel
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The Bay Islands and Honduras

A travel blog entry by rangjill


After a long bus trip through inland Honduras, we arrived at the port town of La Ceiba. We arrived to a city blackout, which made our night uneventful and a little uncomfortable. The next day, we hopped on a ferry nicknamed "The Vomit Comet" out to the island of Utila from the mainland. It was true to its name for one poor lady sitting by us. The Bay Islands are former British colonies; as a result, there is a unique mix of English, Spanish, and Afro-Caribbean culture that ...

La Cliníca ZOE

A travel blog entry by kerry.dutra


... the infection he had was caused by a bacteria only found in the feces, meaning that his source of water was contaminated with either human or animal waste. Lack of clean water is a major problem in Honduras. Not even in the city of Tegucigalpa can you consume the tap water. Luckily, Dr. Flores was able to treat this man's infection using multiple antibiotics. However, if he had not come to ZOE, Dr. Flores said he would have most likely lost his eye.

Good thing we like rice and beans

A travel blog entry by fishwheel


... day to Managua, Nicaragua. Very nice hotel but it was $80 a night. Due to the late hour we just bit the bullet. Had dinner and drinks by the pool. While we had planned to take an international bus to Managua, after speaking with the hotel staff, this option was fading. Seems they are all booked. In the morning I will work on getting a local bus to the border, walking across then another local bus to Managua. Only a few will cross the borders so this will have to work.

Tegulcigalpa Day 1

A travel blog entry by ryanaross

... had some poor quality individual seats instead of the usual cushioned benches. 4 hours later we were in Tegulcigalpa, one of the poorest big cities I have seen. No sidewalks, half the stores don't have signs, many of the asphalt roads turn into dirt roads seemingly at random. Can't say I felt any sort of apprehension though. Getting better at this for sure! I know things will work out. We stop at a random street corner which is full of people and sort ...

Day 7: Meeting the Founder of SAN

A travel blog entry by adargos91

... of us realized how little sleep we were all running on! Then, around 4:00, we walked to Pedro Atala to play with the children and celebrate our last day in Honduras.

The children were VERY happy to see us, especially my friends Job and Aaron. John and I played Frisbee with the kids. Then, we played on the swings. Job asked if he could take some pictures, so I trusted him with my camera. I ...


This hotel, located on Colonia Miramontes, Tegucigalpa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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