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... quite lush which I suppose you should expect in a tropical zone.
As we entered Santa Rosa de Copan, several passengers got out. I was waiting until we reached the actual bus station as I was looking to connect with another bus to Gracias. The driver said something to me, but I didn't catch it. Then he repeated the word 'Gracias' and pointed across the road at a chicken bus.
Aha! I understood.
The bus to the town of Gracias had just ...
... have one of the most dangerous runways to land in the world due to the hilly approach way. Recent excavations have made it easier with the area adjacent to the end of the runway being cleared for a smooth approach. The Honduran countryside looked green and hilly from above before the houses started appearing and at some point the plane appeared to be beneath their level before touching down. Despite us being at ...
... com/radioprogresoeric-sj/ docs/e_book-env__o_a__o_12_n___41?e=268 2051/7705152). An English translation is found on my blog, but many of your have already seen it. (http://pedagogicalpilgrim.com/?p=716).
The panel discussion was convened in the Faculty of Sociology in a conference room that was packed with people, leaving some standing by the walls. The panel of 5 persons included Melo, as one of the regular contributors and as the director of ERIC. ...
... Honduran food. We decided to order several appetizers that way we could try a little bit of everything! We had:
- fundido de quesillo (which was like cheese fondue with tomatoes and onions)
- anafres con frijoles (which was a refried bean dish with lots of tortilla chips)
- plátanos fritos (fried plantains)
- bolitas de queso (which were ...
... stop for anybody travelling through the country overland.
Day 425: Monday 18th March 2013
Tegucigalpa is a city of two faces. The one you see at day and the one at night. From experience I can say that you really only want to see the former. When we arrived it was almost to a sea of smiles and happy faces. We walked about a kilometre from the bus stop to our hostel through a ...