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... afternoon. The smiling official very kindly helped V with his troublesome fingerprints. We made quick work of finding a working ATM to dispense a roughly calculated amount of Lempiras (named after the indigenous Lenca hero who fought the Spanish conquistadors) before walking outside to flag a taxi down. We did not find any waiting taxis and so went back to inquire about their whereabouts. A helpful woman ...
... that could be considered in future issues.
Afterwards with two of the panelists we found a lovely Tai restaurant for dinner. Then we went to the home of a friend where we stayed for the evening planning to again get up at 4 am and to leave no later than 5 am so that people could still get in a full day of work. It is a 5 hour drive to Tegucigalpa on pretty decent highway as this route is a major connecterm between San Pedro Sula and the ...
... have to be on
your guard quite a bit, and basically AVOID the big cities.
Unfortunately these big cities act as the major transport
routes, so you don’t really have an option, and I had to pass through or stay
in three of the most dangerous ones in the world. Tegucigalpa was the only one
I actually slept in, and even without going to downtown, it was GRIM – I don’t
think I actually have any pictures of it, for fear of being mugged. So ...
... at 6:30 Saturday morning as I was awakened by a half an hour of firecrackers going off in the lot behind my hotel. There was an event happening in the lot of the former Presidential Palace that day apparently opening with the fireworks! Several photos are included.
I was picked up about 10:45 by Leopoldo and we went to the airport to meet the folks flying in that day.
... took hundreds of lives in the most horrific ways imaginable. (See: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/16/world /americas/prison-fire-in-honduras-leave s-high-death-toll.html?hp) So tragic!
Is it any wonder that I called the State Department recently to register our group and seek advice about ensuring our safety and security? I had an extended talk with the man responsible for the Honduras desk, and ...