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... 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 ...
... at you and trying to take your bags from you. After a bit of haggling, I gave the name of the only backpackers in Teguc and proceeded to get into the most beaten up car that I've ever seen and sat there for a couple of minutes while he tried to start the bloody thing. Needing to put faith into these taxi drivers is an understatement, they barely seem to know where they are going ...
... at the MIN we began our tour. A guide led us, describing Mayan artifacts, dinosaur bones, and silver mining artifacts. It was helpful having the guide lead us through with descriptions in English. Otherwise, for me, it would have been a little more difficult to understand the exhibits. The culmination of the tour was a 15-minute movie on the Mayan culture, particularly focused on the Copan site that is very near the border with Guatemala. ...
... ale’s I had were amazing , I was generally a little disappointed by it.
I took the time out to read some tripadvisor reviews , and noticed that the
owner replied to each negative review personally, and being the world’s worst
person at taking criticism. I’ve still got it in mind to write a bad review for
the sole purpose of ******* him off. Unfortunately the rest of his staff were
super helpful and friendly, and despite some of the stuff I ...
... to use the ATM, he drove us - with a shotgun across his lap. 8am the next morning, I left.
Utila is a small island where English, Spanish and Dutch pirates based themselves a few hundred years ago. During the times of empires and colonies, control of the Bay Islands changed between Spain and Britain a few times. Pirates, mixed with Spanish and English, as well as Caribbean and a few African slaves who survived shipwrecks means the island has a very unique feel and ...