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... 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 walked outside and spotted someone who wanted more ...
The panel discussion began with a review of the history of ENVIO-Honduras and an analysis of the articles more recently published. This discussion was designed to provide a critical and constructive examination of the magazine for its editorial board. Much of the gathering of two hours was feedback from professors and students who came to participate. The discussion ended with a response from the 5 panelists to the critique and suggestions, mostly ...
... about it – hell no.
Honduras mainland is essentially a nation of mutes –
everyone is too scared to do or say anything as the gangs basically control
anything. As a traveller it’s a pretty uncomfortable place to travel round, but
as a genuinely nice local (there are quite a lot of these too) it must be a
horrible place to live. I will stress that there are also nice areas of
Honduras, and that it’s not all bad, but at the same time ...
Honduras is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Teguc showed it. The city is pretty run down and the crime level is apparently quite high. After a couple of hours walking around the center of town I took a cab back to my hotel which was located next to the former Presidential Palace.
I was unsure if Honduras celebrated the Cinco-de-Mayo Holiday. I got ...
I fly to Honduras a day before the tour begins, to get rested and get my bearings. Since planning this tour a year ago Honduras has been a lot in the news, and not for good reasons. A recent study has named it the “Murder Capital of the World,” drug violence is increasing, it is considered one of the most homophobic countries in the Americas, and then just last night a fire at an overcrowded prison north ...