Hotel Villa Concha-Mar

Address: Plaza Marina, San Lorenzo, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plaza Marina, San Lorenzo.
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    Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo

    Geckos, High School Students & Other Wild Animals

    A travel blog entry by rosemarie.healy on Jun 05, 2012

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... of IBRA, and tour his home which he has built himself for his family. Donald also has made many improvements to his three acres of land- irrigation, a running well, many fruit bearing trees and lush plants. He was very proud to show us his handiwork. He and his wife were more than hospitable, offering us fresh fruit and a place to sit and cool off from the heat.

    Donald grabbed a ride with us to school and on the way ...

    Juana, San Ignacio, Hospital, Cashew Co-op y mas!

    A travel blog entry by rosemarie.healy on Jun 04, 2012

    43 photos

    ... except the baby of course). Sr. Rachel explained that this is a huge accomplishment being that she was able to buy them each a pair of shoes with the money she made selling her baskets.

    School is available for all children. However, often times the family needs the children to work in order to help them make enough money to survive. That's the first hurdle. Then comes transportation which means that they may need ...

    How do you turn this shower on?

    A travel blog entry by rosemarie.healy on Jun 03, 2012

    17 photos

    ... a tour and explained how she cooked and filtered her own water. (Her right hand woman, Juanita, was gracious enough to do some of our laundry mid week.) We then began to sort the donated clothes and items we brought for the schools and the clinic. Sr. Rachel was very appreciative of our help and of course that’s what we came to do- assist in any way we could, be present and be open to learning all about her ministry. We were sweating ...

    A long day in Honduras

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 09, 2011

    5 photos

    ... and I'm rather surprised as I'm not expecting any borders today. I passed a small hut where some lad shouted at me but I ignored him and continued. I'm then stopped by a security guy with a rather large rifle in his hand. No No No, he shouts at me and starts giving me some words in Spanish. I have no idea what he is saying but he made me turn round and he ran next to me for about 500 yards and took me up another road and into a very busy kind of parking place which was full of people. ...

    Border crossings...a waste of time!!!

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 08, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... takes my coke and pours it into the outer bag and puts a straw into it and ties it at the top. i now have a bag of coke with ice in it. This apparently is a very common thing here in Central America.

    While I was at this cafe Craig, John & Paul went passed so I quickly boarded my bike and gave chase after them. They stopped just along the road at another cafe and so I joined them. We all had a good laugh here just like most bikers do. the locals must have thought the ...