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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... people waiting at bus stops, parks and churches with young and old, families and friends.
Video Playlist: Tegucigalpa Cathedral Orchestral Performance
The museums and art galleries were closed for the holiday even if we had a spare half hour or so, which we did not. The weather was perfect with the height of the Northern winter conspicuously absent due to the low tropical location. After ...
... up in Tegucigalpa around five years ago and began spending his time with the people in Colonia Kennedy, a very poor part of the city. Over time, as relationships were formed and nurtured, he began to take into his own home kids who were living and working on the streets, some of them addicted to drugs or involved in criminal activity. But because he knew them and believed in them, he chose to give them the opportunity to get off the streets and ...
... hammered by about 9am) who mumbled some
incomprehensible drunken dialect repeatedly , despite me constantly telling him
I couldn’t understand a word he was saying – where is my mp3 player when you
Anyway I got to another town, and after speaking with about
5 more locals for directions (cheers Lonely Planet) I eventually walked the
practically 90 degree hill for 3km until I reached the park entrance. The park
itself was a little ...
... passage away from the towns, but also the dangers of highway robberies and corrupt officials. We are happy and relieved to see the border. We felt Honduras lacked Quality. That the country was a Setback, because surely it was forces beyond our control - the guns, the grime, the aloof locals - that guided our feelings of malaise. But maybe the Quality was instead a victim of our Hang-ups. Perhaps the suspicious looks from the locals are our own ...
... one of the patients that we saw was an older man (84) who had two cataract surgeries from ZOE and was here for one of his postoperative appointments. He told us that before his surgeries, he was not able to work at all. He was a craftsman that worked mostly with steel. After his surgeries, he said he was able to return to work at age 84 and that his surgeries brought him out of depression saying that after the surgeries he could work so he was no longer sad.