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 Although the bed was comfortable; the place was quite old and outdated, needed a major cleaning and was too warm.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 …
... or may not have made a few withdrawals, as many of you know I don’t do math. And the little cove where the ATM was had air conditioning! Que rico! The shop we went to had some similar things as the market Guaymilito did, but it was about 100 times smaller. I got some cool souvenirs and then we need to hit another shop for the soccer jerseys. By the time we got back to the beach we only had another 45 minutes or so in the water and then we had to head back to Villa to get ready ...
... in the "new order".
I met a few of the participants in the afternoon - as many of you know I am not good with names especially if I have to deal with a lot of new names at the same time. But when I was introduced to Berta Caceres, I knew who she was from some of the reading I have done and from some recent emails. During the election a well known Spanish judge came as an official observer and while he was here he was slipped a ...
... such a time.
While some of the parents would have been better off financially, many were working class families, for whom tuition and school costs would have been a great sacrifice. This graduation was a gesture of great hope that their graduate sons and daughters would postulate successfully to university and then find employment that would give them a more promising future. In the situation in which Honduras finds itself, superior education is not a guarantee of success, ...