Hotel Plaza del General
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... the waiting vehicle. He drove me to the hotel where I was able to check-in. When I came back out of the hotel, he drove me to the Embassy.
I quickly discovered that there really is no such thing as a straight road here. In addition, the roads snake up and down the mountainous/hilly terrain.
When I returned to the hotel that evening, I was so tired I was in bed by ...
Last morning on the island. And went off for a yoga class! It was held on a wooden platform, just set back from the beach, surrounded by jungle - and chickens!! The mummy chicken and baby chickens kept running around the whole time and flapping about in the roof! Cute! It was very hot. And quite hard!! 90 minutes - but actually flew by. I'm going to ache a lot later / tomorrow. It was really good though! The instructor was American and class was surprisingly busy! Typical that the ...
... it's a different story from that vantage point ... Well, that's Tegucigalpa in a nutshell. Good from far, but far from good.
The mountainous nature of the area combined with years of uncontrolled growth up every slope has created a tightly knit network of winding and poorly maintained roads. The roads are lined with barbed wire enclosures and high walls topped with electric fencing. The result is limited visibility and a lack of ...
... 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 ...
... you just have to develop a job for yourself when you do not have employment. Some of the ways people earn a living are quite impressive. Just yesterday we were quietly sitting in a comedor eating lunch when a young man headed in and did a round of the tables. He had a tube of toothpaste in one hand and a couple of bars of soap in the other. I guess you could call him a travellling salesman! Everywhere small stalls are set up on the pavement, selling ...