Hotel Portal del Angel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... The purpose of this trip was to highlight the stalled court process for the political prisoner - Chabelo Morales. ERIC/RP was present in numbers, it had contracted a bus and as well a truck was sent filled with sound equipment. Because of heavy construction on parts of the highway, the main highway in all of Honduras, linking the industrial north to the rest of the country, we arrived a bit late but it seems that few were ready to begin the protest on time,
... enquire and find that they do not serve breakfast; that I could rent a towel and managed to get her to phone for a taxi to take me to the Ticabus terminal out near the airport.
My plan was to head to Leon in Nicaragua the next day and Ticabus was the only company that I could find that would stop there en route to the capital, Managua. By chance I had been reading a travel blog by Jonny Blair, a fellow Ulster man who had travelled the same route and ...
... amazed at the number of pigeons perched on and flying around the front of the church. Since the church was under construction from about 1732 until 1815, I guess the pigeons had plenty of time to find the spot! A small boy in the middle of dozens of pigeons in the plaza mesmerized many of us in the tour group. The pigeons focused on him because of the bird feed he threw to them.
Several small shops selling a multitude of items ring ...
... His beat up and stripped down Toyota struggled and complained as it climbed the winding roads to the park. Every once in a while he had to reach down and finger the wires that hung out of the dashboard to disable the car alarm as it went off periodically during the ride. Maybe that was the equivalent of a Toyota temper tantrum... Then again, maybe I shouldn't complain as we made it to the park and back without incident.
The hiking ...
... for when I do return (starting to get slightly
worried about that one now…) But yeh, with sloppy communication, sacked that
guy off and made my own way to a national park nearby, as that was my plan
rather than staying in the dump of La Ceiba (one of the many highest
crime/murder rate cities in the world that happen to be in Honduras – great).
Wasn’t sticking around for long though and after reaching
the port with a moderate hangover and ...