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... and pulled over. I grabbed the backpack and headed across the road. I threw it underneath into a side compartment of the bus and got on board. Luckily there was a seat right behind the driver. Again. Although this one had a bit more leg room. At least this meant I wouldn't have to hang around waiting at the bus station.
The road climbed even steeper than before and it anything the scenery became more stunning. It wasn't the only thing that was better. The ...
... ends of the aircraft (M in first class and V on the last row) and that the deplaning happened on both staircases, we found ourselves at the end of a long immigration queue on a warm tropical afternoon (Tegucigalpa's latitude roughly matches that of Chennai in South India).
Video: Tegucigalpa Landing Approach
Video: Tegucigalpa Landing
We were almost the last to be let into the ...
... the other four were distinguished historians, sociologists and people involved in the 11 years that ENVIO - Honduras began publishing as a complement to the Jesuit magazine also called ENVIO - a Central American monthly magazine printed in Nicaragua with the same type of material but covering all Central American countries. I find the reading heavy - my Spanish gets me by but the technical language of academics forces me to constantly use an ...
... me off – usually I always ask how much it is before handing
over any cash, but after seeing everyone in front of me hand in a 10, I gave
him a 20 note, expecting change, but then when I went up and asked for it back
I just got completely blanked and annoyed. I know in reality it probably
equates to like 50 cents but still it was like dude, you’re not even being sly
about this, as he practically pushed me off the bus, before I got chance to
... balls filled with cheese)