Hotel Plaza del Libertador
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... it would seem, partly because my ears are not fine tuned to the different accents and colloquial expressions. Actually I find it quite good for me to help build my vocabulary as well as understanding the reality discussed in the video. It also makes me feel somewhat useful without getting in the way.
Saturday will be a busy and interesting day, so a blog Saturday is almost guaranteed.
No photos to add as I forgot to take my camera to ...
... 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 ...
... main clinic for cataract surgeries. After working in the brigada, we went to a gym in Chuloteca to work out. I would have never thought that there would be such an Americanized gym in the middle of a small Honduran town. However, the differences in development are much clearer in places like the gym, where the elipticals and bikes are not connected to a power source and the treadmill can only be used for 20 minutes ...
... with Eduardo since college but havenīt had the chance to meet his
extended family yet until last night. I
met his uncles, aunts and two of his cousins and they all were really nice to
me. Eduardoīs parents are really cool
too! (They have been standing our garage-band noises since my third year of
college at their house!).
was around 10 degrees which made very enjoyable the fire at the chimney as we
... took hundreds of lives in the most horrific ways imaginable. (See: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/16/world /americas/prison-fire-in-honduras-leave s-high-death-toll.html?hp) So tragic!
Is it any wonder that I called the State Department recently to register our group and seek advice about ensuring our safety and security? I had an extended talk with the man responsible for the Honduras desk, and ...