Real InterContinental Tegucigalpa At Multiplaza Mall
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... didn't end up being too late. We were supposed to leave at 2.30pm, but it was 3.15pm by the time we took off. The same plane company that I had used to fly to Guatemala City a week ago - Avianca. And again quite a small plane. Even though it was just an hour to Tegucigalpa, the man managed to run around with drinks, biscuits and a small roll!! The views out across Roatan island were really pretty (even with the huge cruise ships docked!!). And could see the neighbouring island ...
... I mean it is a very dangerous city, but when it was all said and done, we never truly felt threatened or in danger at any point during our stay. I guess in a place with this reputation extra caution is a better choice than unadulterated curiosity.
With Tegucigalpa not being an exciting place to explore, we hooked up with a friend of the guesthouse owner in order to drive out to the El Tigre national park outside of the city for some ...
While I was in the clinic in Tegucigalpa last week, I was able to shadow the leading opthamologist (Dr. Flores) for a morning in the operating room. I was able to see two different types of surgery: one endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy and several small incision cataract surgeries. For the cataract surgeries, I was able to watch through a microscope, which was absolutely incredible! I was ...
... stop for anybody travelling through the country overland.
Day 425: Monday 18th March 2013
Tegucigalpa is a city of two faces. The one you see at day and the one at night. From experience I can say that you really only want to see the former. When we arrived it was almost to a sea of smiles and happy faces. We walked about a kilometre from the bus stop to our hostel through a ...
... After a short stop we headed out for the second half (time-wise) of the trip, up some, shall I say, bumpy dirt and rock roads to the compound in Los Encinitos. If I had any fillings I'm sure they would have been knocked out on this ride, unless of course, Dr. Dave had put them in!! Los Encinitos is not a town but more a rural area with some scattered houses and small farms.