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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 a spot of coffee and more people watching around the square, we returned back to ...
We heard about a guy named Tony through one of Margaret's friends who takes in street kids in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. We contacted him to see if a visit was OK. Without giving him much notice, he immediately said 'yes' and said he had a place for us to stay. We were pleased and surprised by his readiness to accommodate us. He and his wife, Nidia, along with the whole gang, made it clear from the get-go that we were part of the family.
... sure if they grasp the word easy, as to get there it was the
biggest ballache in the world, and involved about 30km of walking through tiny
local villages with massive hills and no signposts.
Still, I’d committed to it, and after reaching the actually
quite nice first town, I waited a couple of hours for a chicken bus alongside
the locals, and some massive drunk guy who wouldn’t leave me alone (I still
don’t understand how people can ...
... around us like a bees nest hit with a stick. On the motorcycle, it is a struggle to not hit, or be hit by, anything. Off the motorcycle, hawkers selling trinkets and food are pushy and test the limits of our patience and non-violence. It is a choking, smog filled city which gives the impression of having zero ***** left to give. There is a feeling of villainy, of wretched danger that cares nothing for the safety of neighbours. The highways offer a ...
... the infection he had was caused by a bacteria only found in the feces, meaning that his source of water was contaminated with either human or animal waste. Lack of clean water is a major problem in Honduras. Not even in the city of Tegucigalpa can you consume the tap water. Luckily, Dr. Flores was able to treat this man's infection using multiple antibiotics. However, if he had not come to ZOE, Dr. Flores said he would have most likely lost his eye.