Humuya Inn

Colonia Humuya #1150, Tegucigalpa, na, Honduras | Hotel
Prices starting from $96.00

Travel Blogs from Tegucigalpa

Ah Ah Ah Ah Stayin Alive!

A travel blog entry by doove


... straps meaning its practically horizontal (ie painful)
hanging off my neck!

Only spent a day there but was nice to chill out and visit
some waterfalls and some local towns, with looky behind man, who seemingly
couldn’t walk around 2 metres without turning round to look at me. I tried to
work out, is it whether my beard is so awesome? Is he afraid of me, or does he
simply want to attack me? After about an hour of repeated turn arounds, ...

Living dangerously (sort of)

A travel blog entry by purcy


... my Mastercard, on an island where only one cash machine accepts Mastercard - and it was out of order. Which didn't matter anyway, as when I rushed out the hostel at 5am in the dark to catch the ferry, I left it behind in my locker. Fortunately, I had my French bank card and so I began to work in Euros again.

My basic Spanish won the day, and I navigated myself to Lake Yajoa using three different chicken buses and a mototaxi. Here, I camped for a few days at a ...


A travel blog entry by kerry.dutra


... video here) can be performed quickly by Dr. Flores with an almost identical success rate to the laser removal of cataracts in the United States. One of the missions of ZOE is to perform only high quality surgeries and provide high quality care but at a more cost effective rate. This type of cataract surgery can be performed with only $50 in consumable materials and fairly low fixed costs.

The Capital is named what????

A travel blog entry by drz


... to Honduras land in the capital. I left Detroit at 6 am and arrived in Honduras about noon after a three hour flight from my layover stop in Atlanta. The landing in Teguc was considered one of the most dangerous in commercial aviation. A short runway and the approach around mountains the reason. Following the crash of a plane landing several years ago the runway was lengthened and a hill on ...

Managua and Tegucigalpa

A travel blog entry by andrew_caroline


After a lazy morning and a nice lunch in Granada, we caught a mini-bus to Managua, the capital of Nicaragua. Although it's only an hour away, Managua is a world apart from Granada. Managua was virtually leveled twice during the 70’s due to earthquakes, and was further ruined by the civil war around that time. As a result most of it is recently built, and therefore lacking the colonial charm of Granada. It was a nice enough place from ...

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This hotel, located on Colonia Humuya #1150, Tegucigalpa, is near Parque Central, Casa Presidencial, Palacio Legislativo, and Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico).
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