Hotel Plaza del Libertador
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... the driving had improved. The previous driver had a tendency to drive right up to pot holes and then swerve violently around them, throwing the passengers around. This guy lined himself up better and drove more smoothly.
Although it was hard to tell what speed he was doing as the speedometer was broken.
And so were some other instruments.
He might as well been sitting in the cockpit of a jumbo jet for all the good the various dials ...
... afternoon. The smiling official very kindly helped V with his troublesome fingerprints. We made quick work of finding a working ATM to dispense a roughly calculated amount of Lempiras (named after the indigenous Lenca hero who fought the Spanish conquistadors) before walking outside to flag a taxi down. We did not find any waiting taxis and so went back to inquire about their whereabouts. A helpful woman ...
The panel discussion began with a review of the history of ENVIO-Honduras and an analysis of the articles more recently published. This discussion was designed to provide a critical and constructive examination of the magazine for its editorial board. Much of the gathering of two hours was feedback from professors and students who came to participate. The discussion ended with a response from the 5 panelists to the critique and suggestions, mostly ...
... 8230; instead I got a little hand bang on the bus as it left to show
my unappreciation and remained in a mood about that until I ate a chicken
burrito to soothe the pain.
So the lake was a bit of a failed mission – No Beer and No
Lake, and a stolen mp3 player to boot, as I headed down to the next and final
stop, the capital city Tegucigalpa.
Well, that was a shithole… probably the worst place of the
whole trip in terms of ...
... see exactly how the doctor was looking at the patient's eyes! The surgery ward at ZOE clinic is much different from hospitals in the U.S. For cataract surgeries, patients normally come in two at a time, and as soon as Dr. Flores finishes operating on one, he moves directly to the next patient. Also, the anesthesiologist works in the hallway where the patients are waiting in chairs for ...