Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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... that we wouldn't be arriving until late in the day and were happy to find that the reasonably priced and excellently named Hotel Don Moises had one of the most comfortable beds we had slept in for a long time and was located right next to two superb comedors. The following day we got up early and dashed over to the town's main attraction hoping to beat the crowds. The ruins of the ancient Mayan city lie a fifteen minute walk from the town and so ...
... with me a small black and white fuzzy image, and the news that baby Sol will be by the end of the year a "big" sister.
This part of the day with these two baby girls was most beautiful, but leaving me with mixed feelings about leaving. Being a senior citizen perhaps allows me to be more openly emotional, and less rational about these developing relationships.
Much of my time in the afternoon I wandered about the facilities of ...
... of the mine and his family received threats from the same people. The victim and his wife were correspondents with Radio Progreso which sent representatives to the funeral, and then assisted in having the family removed and placed into hiding. At the same time, so that you don't think the court system is asleep, a local woman activist, Gladys Lanza, dealing mainly with issues affecting women was sentenced to 18 months in prison for criticizing government bureaucrats and ...
... a shame, as it seems like a nice friendly country, but if there isn't that much to see there isn't that much to see. I'm skipping El Salvador completely because it doesn't appear to offer anything new!
Regardless of the final destination we jumped on a chicken bus for the 3 hour ride to the hub city of San Pedro Sula. Youi can get direct buses or "first class" for exorbinate amounts of money, butI have no probles with "slumming it" with ...
... the last bus we took which had maybe space for 24 people but most of the 2 hour ride had at least double that. There were people riding on the outside of the bus with their hand through a window to hold on (should mention this was a windy and mountainous road), parents handing their babies to random men to hold onto and every 15 minutes or so about 5 people squeezing on to sell food, SIM cards and belts! All we wanted to do was take a photo but could only manage a pretty ...