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In Atlanta, I had a couple of hours between flights. I stopped at TGI Friday's to have a glass of V8 and some toast.
The flight to Tegucigalpa boarded the flight on time and actually pushed back from the gate a couple of minutes early. A short twelve minutes later and we were in the air.
The Boeing 737 would be in the air for …
... enjoying the sight of St. George slaying the dragon in front of the Iglesia Dolores at twilight, we quickly returned back to the safety of our hotel and realized that we were the only residents of the establishment for the night!
Aside: United Airlines managed to catch the attention of even the most jaded air travelers with their novel new in-flight security video. Watch it here
We arrived in the capital of Honduras at around 5pm. We only planned on staying here for 1 night to catch the early bus to Guatemala. The Tica bus station was in a really rough area but since the bus was leaving at 6am, we said that we'd better stay close to the station. We didn't have any Honduran currency on us for the bus so we needed to get money. After a long time trying to explain this to the hotel receptionist, we got a taxi to a small shopping centre to take it out. The next ...
... up the police forces.
We arrived in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, some time around noon. Apparently, the capital has been quite dangerous. There is a new law that motorcycles or motorbikes can only carry the driver or the driver and a woman passenger. This is intended to alleviate the drive-by shootings. Lou also told someone about a shooting that occurred as she was checking into a hotel with a group ...
... middle. Someone got the bright idea to take a picture of all of us piled onto the bed. It was hilarious! Once we were all settled in, we took a tour of the all girls’ school named after Mamma Mae’s aunt. This school is open to Honduran mothers who worked selling water and tortillas on the streets Monday through Saturday. On their one day off, Sunday, they are able to come to the school ...