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... appeared that bobbed to the surface before diving for more food. The boat then moved further out to try and spot a humpback. In the distance I thought a saw a water spout from one and as we got closer the boat slowed and waited. Humpbacks can dive for up to 20 mins to feed before they need to surface again to breathe so it was a waiting game but we were finally rewarded when one rose to the surface just off the port ...
... me in their coats and hats would have to sweat it out. No such luck, the sun did shine briefly, the tempratures rocketed to a balmy 15 degrees. Never mind because the morning was spent in the shopping malls, their are 3 large malls here and we wandered around doing a bit of shopping before heading into the old town for some sightseeing. The plan was to catch a sightseeing bus and do a tour but there ...
... surgery was developed so that developing nations, like Honduras, would have a low cost, high quality option to perform eye saving cataract surgeries. Cataract surgery is the most common surgery in the world, and it is life changing to those who receive it. Since I have been at ZOE, I have encountered two women who went from not even being able to see light to being able to see ...
We arrived in the capital of Honduras at around 5pm. We only planned on staying here for 1 night to catch the early bus to Guatemala. The Tica bus station was in a really rough area but since the bus was leaving at 6am, we said that we'd better stay close to the station. We didn't have any Honduran currency on us for the bus so we needed to get money. After a long time trying to explain this to the hotel receptionist, we got a taxi to a small shopping centre to take it out. The next ...
... that I wasn't eradicated in the process.
Next morning we headed for the bus terminal to catch the bus to Nicaragua. When we asked what time we'd get there we were told, "between 3.20 and 6.30pm, the bus leaves here between 9.15 and 10.30am" Ah well, at least they're honest. In fact it was later than that when we arrived because the immigration controls were somewhat onerous and entirely pointless. On arrival at the Nicaraguan border we were all taken off the bus and told ...
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