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More than anything it was a relief to leave Utila and get
one with the next stage of my trip, although with all my flights now booked I
knew I’d have to kind of rush a little bit through the rest of Honduras, which
as you’ll find out, wasn’t the worst thing in the world!
I tried sorting a Couchsurfing host in the first town (La
Ceiba) back on the mainland but he was about as useful as replying as some people
I’ve tried messaging ...
... I disembarked in San Pedro Sula. According to reports in 2013, San Pedro Sula has the highest murder rate in the world outside of a war zone. Aware of this, I noticed that many cars on the road didn't have number plates and very dark tinted windows. Gangs and drugs rule the city. As such, I spent 15 minutes there and got on a bus to La Ceiba.
Admittedly, this wasn't much safer. The hostel owner collected us from the bus and when we needed to go out after dark for ...
... inflamed and filled with fluid. You can see a picture of dacryocystitis here. The surgery consists of basically making a new hole between the lacrimal sac and the nose so that the fluid can begin to drain again. So, during the surgery an E.N.T surgeon uses a small camera and scalpel to make an incision in the nose near the lacrimal sac. Then the opthamologist feeds a plastic tube ...
... we got to see Tegucigalpa's other face. Stupidly we had left eating too late and it had already gone dark out. The moment this happens the city shuts down, businesses empty their rubbish right out onto the streets which anybody with a home to go to had vacated. This left nothing but the homeless people on the streets picking through what others had thrown out hoping to find something to eat, ...
... off his mule.......(the mule was found). A grade-school age boy was seen for some extensive work at the end of one day, but still had a great deal more that he needed. Hermana offered to let the family stay at the compound overnight but the man said he had no way to contact his wife. They ended up walking multiple hours home that night and then back again the next morning back to continue treatment.
Most of our work consisted of ...
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