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... firepower" we had, we were able to be in the area with impunity.
The Virgin of Suyapa church is about two blocks east of the Suyapa Cathedral. We walked those two blocks with our security contingent. It was easy to tell we were in a very distressed and poor area. I was glad I was not there alone.
There were several small children seemed to appear out of nowhere. There was a couple in particular that continued to tap on ...
... in the background. It was a very cloudy journey. After an hour, Tegucigalpa came into view. Another sprawling city of square box houses clustered everywhere. Coming in to land was scary, we came so close to the houses, then suddenly the cliff would drop and we would be further away from the houses again - this happened several times! Strange place for an airport!! Again we had to pass through passport control (for a domestic flight!) weird. They just waved us through, so lucky ...
... I mean it is a very dangerous city, but when it was all said and done, we never truly felt threatened or in danger at any point during our stay. I guess in a place with this reputation extra caution is a better choice than unadulterated curiosity.
With Tegucigalpa not being an exciting place to explore, we hooked up with a friend of the guesthouse owner in order to drive out to the El Tigre national park outside of the city for some ...
... city in the world)! We quickly realised why this place was one of the murder capitals of the world. We were confronted with dilapidated buildings, pollution and sketchy looking characters spread throughout the streets. The streets surrounding our hostel resembled an episode of Walking Dead and our hostel manager told us not to be outside after 7:00pm.
We managed to get through the night and arrived at the bus depot nice and early to secure our seat (we ...
... city and the countryside. People in the countryside may not have a lot but they seem quite content and on the whole have what they need. People are generally so open, friendly and genuine. As the 'Lonely Planet' says, interactions are based on mutual respect. In the short time we have spent in the cities, we felt quite a different vibe. The gap between the very wealthy and very poor is exaggerated. Some areas do not feel very safe as people are ...