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... the crowd and grabbed a taxi. I told him I wanted the Hotel America Inc. Seriously, that is the name of it.
He seemed a bit vague on it, which even allowing for the fact that most taxi drivers that I have encountered on this trip seem to have no sense of direction or knowledge of their own town was a little surprising because I could only find about three hotels listed for the entire town. I showed the street address and he looked a bit more confident. ...
... who prefer to pay £4 for an area of the stadium with shade (for an evening game). The vast majority of the stadium was terracing or in this case very steep big steps so we took our place on a step and had beers brought to us by teenage lads who hurdled up and down those steps throughout the game keeping us hydrated. It was a pretty unattended game and Yass said it was because both teams "kind of suck right now" he was right. That said we saw ...
... in the long term?
During our short stay, the answers to these questions began to unfold in the life of a 17 year old named Luis. Tony and I went for a haircut at a local barber shop. Tony talked with the owner, a young, hip, hard working guy who hammered a thriving, profitable business out of pretty much nothing. The dude was impressive. He had drive. Over a few discussions in a couple of days, Tony scored an opportunity for Luis, who wants to be ...
... decent. The only thing that was annoying
was I thought the last bus was at 4pm so absolutely cheesed it round, when in
fact I had an extra couple of hours to go explore. I was absolutely knackered
by the time I finished :(
Made it back to David’s via Burger King for the second night
running, and generally just chilled out that night, before getting the hell out
of Tegucigalpa the following morning.
Predictably, the bus station
... passage away from the towns, but also the dangers of highway robberies and corrupt officials. We are happy and relieved to see the border. We felt Honduras lacked Quality. That the country was a Setback, because surely it was forces beyond our control - the guns, the grime, the aloof locals - that guided our feelings of malaise. But maybe the Quality was instead a victim of our Hang-ups. Perhaps the suspicious looks from the locals are our own ...
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