Hotel Real Caribe
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... are almost 150 municipal areas which have registered severe drought conditions with crop losses in essential food produce such as corn and beans, and cattle who are dying of starvation and thirst.
Some water was coming into the house this morning, but for the most part many areas of the city are not receiving water. This causes great hardships and frustrations. Certainly it does teach the value of water, when it has to be carried by a bucket to the bathroom, but again it ...
... part was waiting in line at immigration and knowing Maria and others were just past the doors but we couldn't see them until after checking in (which, how cool, Julia and I were already in the system so all we had to do was do the fingerprint print thingy, no pictures needed!) but after grabbing our bags and getting them rescreened and finally getting out to see everyone, we were ecstatic!! So great to ...
... first 15 years. Anne Marie had sent a special gift as well for Alejandra. Ana Lessy is a woman of great strength and incredible energy. She had organized a marvellous celebration, while at the same time continuing her work at a bank, and taking care of her mother in her home after the mother suffered a serious stroke. The celebration began with a traditional mass at a Jesuit church celebrated by a paternal uncle of Alejandra who is a Jesuit working in Guatemala. ...
... of La Mina to the very end of the road where the Catholic church of St. James the Apostle was located. La Mina was a long stretch of houses along about 5 km if the road, with quite a bit of distance between houses. At one point we stopped at a house so that we could visit another sick elder. However we were not prepared for this stop. The walk was a steep climb up a mountain, in the sun and heat of mid-day, and we were accompanied by about 15 men and women. Saul ...
... time to help out with the chaos. It appeared that they oversold the bus because people still kept boarding after all the seats were filled. Or was it that these desperate foreign folks did not want to wait an hour for the next bus?
The busy conductor kept running back and forth across the platform, opened and closed the luggage compartment several times. He also got backless plastic seats for those unlucky enough to turn up late. It is better to sit ...