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... people. Three of her children were present for the meal, and they themselves were most delightful people to meet and to talk with. Often they would caution their mom to tone it down as her expressions were colourful and not meant to be polite. Stella gave both Melo and myself an autographed copy of her second book titled "Anecdotes" which is a complilation of scattered memories of encounters and events. Some of the passages are quite funny, especially so after ...
... a highway that was for the most part quite decent.
What is new since last year is that the government is building toll stations along all the major highways, theoretically to provide capital for highway improvements. However the toll stations are private/public ventures which means that the public pays while the private sector disappears with the money.
A much shorter trip was to San Pedro Sula where Melo had been invited to speak to a group of ...
A quick two night stop over in Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital city. Now, after surviving the most dangerous city in the world, I was feeling pretty confident about the capital city, after all what could go wrong? Well first of all, after a 13 hour day of travelling I got dropped off in the middle of nowhere which, appears to be the norm in CA. Another norm is to have several taxi ...
... from the church we found ourselves at the Museo para la Identidad Nacional (MIN). The street in front of the MIN was just for pedestrians. It was visually amazing because for one block, dozens of colorful umbrellas completely covered the pedestrian street. The umbrellas stretched from building to building. It was apparently some sort of fundraiser for the MIN.
In the late 1800s, the building housing the MIN was the first hospital ...
... 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 ...