Metrotel Express

Address: Km. 4, Boulevard al Aeropuerto, San Pedro Sula, 1336, Honduras | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Km. 4, Boulevard al Aeropuerto, San Pedro Sula.
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      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Apr 10, 2015

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... home. (The relationship of the workers of ERIC and RP is different than perhaps those of a Canadian radio station or workplace. These people do not punch the clock and leave after 8 hours. They do have their schedules but are likely to come early and leave late. They work on extra projects in the evenings and weekends. They are physically close in ways not permitted in Canada. It would be rude not to walk into a room and then walk about and hug or ...

      From Lake Yajoa to Copan Ruins via San Pedro Sula

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 29, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... we managed to find a cafeteria style buffet that had a few meat free bins). The boarding area had several Puertas (gates) but only one was fitted with an X-ray scanner and so that is how everyone was processed. Once past this Puerta, we had to find our dock (Anden) number and then barge into the bus when it showed up. We managed to find a pair of seats over the right rear wheel and gratefully sat down and watched the world from our perch.

      Our dock was ...

      Magna's children

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 23, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... it. One little girl came up to me and told me that she had been there for 10 years. She was 11 years old. I would have loved to spend more time with this group as they seemed genuinely interested in a stranger and anxious to talk. Maria said that some of them would get no visitors.

      I asked Sister Teresita if I could take some photos and she said "as many as you wish", so I think I was on good terms. When I returned to Magna and Maria three of the children, the oldest ones, ...

      A natural death

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 08, 2014


      ... clean in that there was no visible trash on the floors, but the infrastructure was obviously old and worn, with parts of the ceiling missing and other signs of deterioration that was not recent. The city has an abundance of private clinics belonging to the doctors, ranging from not too expensive to exorbitant.

      We had to wait a while as two nurses came to attend to Edwin's father Matilde. They left and told us we could go in. Matilde's wife, Antonia, was the only other ...


      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 27, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... baby Sol Alejandra baptised. Then the "padrinos" spoke, followed by others including grandparents. Melo was generous with the water, which was probably somewhat refreshing for the little baby for even though we were all covered by tents it was still very hot. With the ceremony concluded there was the sharing of tamales and a drink made from a purple flower called "Jamaica". The padrino also provided a cooler with chilled cans of beer which seemed to be ...