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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... down south to the drought barren south west of the USA. Water might become a matter of "national security" down south, and the US government already has access to our country through the Free Trade accord and other concessions made by previous and the present government of Canada. The rights of First Nations are precarious, as their treaty rights stand in the way of major developments in mining and of course the exportation of the dirtiest oil in the world - the ...
... been robbed, despite the concrete walls that surround the yard. However her memory is great and today she gave me some of the family history, when they settled many years ago in a rural area not far from El Progreso. Doņa Lita gave birth to 10 children of her own, 4 of whom are now dead. She added to her family by taking the child of one daughter at the age of 15 days and caring for her until adulthood, so she is more like a daughter than a grand'daughter ...
... It has been interesting staying in a city that we were so vulnerable in, and where we felt scared to even go out of our room to get water (although worth pointing out that if you stay aware and stick to the centre, it really isn't as bad as it sounds). Yet we still managed to make friends with lots of locals and have a brilliant time in Honduras, without even leaving the safety of our hotel! We're looking forward to Nicaragua, supposedly the safest country in Central ...
... me alone! She left me alone. :-)
After four hours, we arrived at the border with a stop before crossing, exchanged Cordoba for lempiras and across the bridge over the river we went. Locals, either Nicas or Hondurans, were bathing in the river below while we were traveling above in an international bus and military on the bridge. The military crew seemed more focused on the river below than our bus with 60 people.
Dorm mates woke me up at 530am but I had gone to bed so early it was no problem. Took a shower, had breakfast with Mario then roped him into joining me on my planned activity. We took a bus to a nearby town where the Pulhapanzak waterfalls were. It was amazing the two of us had no idea where to get off but it felt like half the bus wanted to help us get to our destination. Great feeling, they helped stop the bus, leave out the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking