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... 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 ...
As the announcement to turn off our electronics and return our seats into an upright position came over the PA, we got our first glimpse of Tegucigalpa, and man it looked good. Seated in a spectacular valley that it eventually outgrew, the city has sprawled up and over numerous hills and rocky formations in the area. As we looked on in amazement at the houses and buildings littering the steep hillsides, partially overgrown with thick jungle ...
... the hotel and enjoyed a second hot shower as the walk back was all uphill.
I was in a hotel district and I noticed that the bell hops who directed the cars to parking lots were all carrying side arms. When I mentioned this to Melo he remarked that it is so common to see private guards with arms that it is hardly noticed.
When Melo and his team returned to pick me up he decided to take a circuitous route through the city to show me a few ...
... to our group I did what any caring dentist would do, I gave him a root canal!! How's that tooth feeling Luis?
Patients started arriving about 5 am on Sunday morning. They are given a number by the police in order of their arrival so arriving early is important. Many walk long distances, some over four hours, to reach Los Encinitos. Almost all the patients walked. A few had a horse or a mule and I saw 2 ...
... anyway and there was no problem. So we’re going to see how it goes with our small group of gay men during the coming 12 days.
My flights are like clockwork, and as promised the landing in Tegucigalpa is one of the most dramatic in the world! Because of the prevailing winds, you have to descend through the mountains and then bank sharply 180 degrees, all the while dropping like a rock, and ...