Real InterContinental Tegucigalpa At Multiplaza Mall
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... us a football and we made our way down to the field only to find that it was occupied by some scary looking cows, tied onto the goal posts.
Elvin, much to our surprise, strutted over and moved the cows, skilfully avoiding their horns. Later on we found out his family owns the land.
After the pitch had been cleared of animals that wouldn't be playing we split into our boy vs girls teams to play football. Lots of fun. Afterwards, to relax and cool ...
... from Honduras. After the forum on mining, Melo asked me to speak to the group as an introduction to Honduras. I tried to provide some context about Honduras, the ministry of RP and ERIC and of course the exceptional character of Melo.
My evening finished with an exceptional visit to the home of my compadres Jennifer and Josue and of course baby Sol Alejandra. The baby was tired and I was beyond exhausted, it must have shown as Josue offered to drive me home soon after ...
... bags up before walking down to the station (really just a bit of wasteland) on the edge of the town. As I approached the guys were already calling out the destination and I threw my backpack up to one of them on the roof of the bus, so that it could be tied to the roof rack. Inside I had a good look at the seats. It was more of a twenty seater minivan and leg room looked at a premium. I selected a place behind the driver that possibly had la little extra leg ...
That night we went for dinner and I experienced the Honduran take on Karaoke. So, it kicked off with a big screen coming down in the middle of the restaurant and an MC announcing that the karaoke was about to start. I couldn't find the MC or the woman who begun to sing very badly; all I could see was the big screen with the lyrics that no-one was paying any attention ...
... In the mid-1920s, the government took over the building as the Palacio de los Ministerios, Ministerial Palace. The MIN opened its doors in this historic building in 2006.
When we entered the building for our tour, we found we had been pre-empted by schoolchildren. We waited for 30 minutes or so. While standing there with my camera I found out I could not bring my camera into the museum, a crushing blow.
During the ...