Apart Hotel Villa Nuria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApart Hotel Villa Nuria San Pedro Sula
I would not stay at this hotel should I happen to return to San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Although the bed was comfortable; the place was quite old and outdated, needed a major cleaning and was too warm. I found the buffet breakfast to be rather awful as well. There was a very nice pool on the property however.
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Woke up early (5am) and got a little work done. Then I took a walk around the hotel property. There is a very nice swimming pool with two slides and a big mushroom that has rain falling down from all sides - so perfect for little kids. Was a nice temperature too. I had breakfast around 7am in the dining room - which was really nothing much more …
I left for a short, quick trip to San Pedro Sula, Honduras today. As usual, I had to first travel from Philadelphia to Miami (3 hour flight). Had a 2.5 hour layover and then travelled from Miami to San Pedro Sula, Honduras (2 hour flight). Arrived around 7:30pm in the evening. During our landing, I noticed that the entire ground looked pitch black …
... from an intense experience in Austin Texas with some academics who had organized a conference dealing with the migration crisis that is for those in the southern USA a very hot topic. Melo was invited because of his expertise and writing on the subject as it relates to the reality of Honduras which produces the greatest number of refugee migrants. In Texas he was taken to a detention center, which is operated by the government but contracted out to a ...
... caliente) known for heavy rival gang activity. One of the fears was that the little girl could be sold on the black market or worse, as does happen, she could be used to harvest her organs for rich northerners willing to use clandestine clinics for organ replacement, of course without questioning the source of the organ "donation". If you are shocked, this is a common problem throughout the world.
The explanation given by the woman who phoned to ...
... of training of young leadership occur?
Yesterday part of the discussion was about the "reality" of Honduras:
Mining companies threatening local communities
Police forces wearing face coverings so they cannot be identified
Indigenous populations being threatened yet again by groups who want their land and resources
Environmental laws and protection of water resources reduced to a minimum in favor of transnational ...