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Six months ago I had no idea what the name of the Capital of Honduras was....and I'm pretty good with geography. A month or so after formalizing this trip to Honduras to do volunteer dental work with Cape Cares, I finally learned how to pronounce the name of the city. OK, I'm a bit slow.....Tegucigalpa...tay-goose-a-gahl -pa or Teguc (Tay …
Honduras. This is the home of my good friend Eddy and 8 ½ years ago we embarked on a road trip with this as our destination. Eddy has numerous friends and family there, many of which I also became friends with and since we had to cross through there to keep getting south anyway, a hello was definitely in order.
We (Myself, …
Four hour bus ride to Tegus. Glad to be off the bus. Roads are very windy and traffic was terrible with repaving going on.
I flew into Tegucigalpa forgetting all the news several months prior regarding issues at the airport. Supposedly planes used to fly off the run way by accident. So as the plane navigated the hills/mountains of Honduras on the approach to the Teguc airport, I was just enjoying the view. As soon as the plane was rolling down the runway, the entire …
... on £10 a day still).
Paying to go on a walk can generally do one, though the
waterfall was half decent and it killed up a day, before getting the bus out of
La Ceiba to Lake Yajoa , advisedly skipping past the world’s most dangerous
city San Pedro Sula. There I stayed at an actual brewery – probably the first
brewery in the world, that after two pints then round out of beer!
The place was owned by an American guy and whilst the ...
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