Hotel San Pedro
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... on twigs. Either she was asleep or she had the good grace to pretend I wasn't sounding like a bull in a china shop.
Breakfast at the Hostel Iguana Azul was served each morning next door at the Casa de Cafe. More accurately, it was served in the back garden with a wonderful view of the mountains and surrounding hills. I tried to make sure I eat as much as possible as I was expecting at least five or six hours on the buses.
I returned to the room and ...
... a few beers later and me and my Colombian are the only two people singing along to random Latin songs, we then realise that all karaoke Honduran style seemed to be just that, a recording of people singing (badly) and the lyrics on a big screen in case you wanted to sing along. Bizarre to say the least.
Teguc was a pleasant surprise and it was only made better with great company.
... There were dozens of people relaxing and talking in the “shadow” of the statue.
Although the statue was interesting, the main draw of the plaza is the Cathedral. Built between 1765 and 1782, it is dedicated to Tegucigalpa's patron saint, Saint Michael the Archangel. The richly decorated interior immediately pulls one’s attention to the large Baroque altar.
A few blocks to the east of the Cathedral is ...
... and ban the import of cocaine (no doubt you’re probably linked
in with all of that) than hold back a bit of beer. Naturally, there was yet
another Central American president that had people had voted in then called an
*******. Dear Central American public – stop being idiots and believing these
guys actually care about you or actually vote in someone that’s not corrupt. Oh
yeh, and things to complain about – someone there, stole my cheap ...
... the forest which also served the most amazing food. They served a homemade triple chocolate cake with ice cream, which I indulged in everyday, and even left with a piece for a snack on the bus. Hummingbirds were all around and there was a bonfire every night. I even caught up with some people I met in Utila.
The area is absolutely beautiful. Mountains, forests and lakes. I explored the national park to see all the birds and butterflies, and hired a row boat to go out ...
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