Hotel Real Intercontinental Tegucigalpa
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Travel Blogs from Tegucigalpa
... couldn’t take anymore, and stopped for a tactical shoe lace tie,
allowing me to pass and not have to look and become his annoying look around
The hike to the waterfall was also annoying as had to spend
quite a bit of money to get into the national park (across the bridge and to
the other side) and wasn’t really going to my plan of living cheap since I went
over budget considerably with the diving course. (Ideally I’m trying to get ...
... the forest which also served the most amazing food. They served a homemade triple chocolate cake with ice cream, which I indulged in everyday, and even left with a piece for a snack on the bus. Hummingbirds were all around and there was a bonfire every night. I even caught up with some people I met in Utila.
The area is absolutely beautiful. Mountains, forests and lakes. I explored the national park to see all the birds and butterflies, and hired a row boat to go out ...
This past weekend in Tegucigalpa was the last weekend for three of the volunteers here. The two boys decided to travel to the Copan ruins, but Kaitlyn, Becca and I decided to spend one final day as volunteers at the Marriott pool and then to a typical Honduran dinner at one of the most famous restaurants in the city! The restaurant was called El Patio and ...
... removed making the landing safer, but it still is an unusual approach. Planes must bank almost completely around the field before touching down. I have included a video of the landing for those of you who are aviation geeks!
I was met by Leopoldo and taken to my hotel. I had the afternoon and evening free. I chose to take a cab to the main park/square in town called Parque Central ...
... little we saw, but almost like one giant suburb, with no discernible centre.
From the bus station to our hotel we had probably the most interesting taxi driver to date. When finding out that we are from Australia, the standard response is, "Ahh, Australia! Muchos cangurus (kangaroos)" This time however he said “Tienen –something that sounded like hornito rincon-something--”. At first we thought he was ...
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