Hostal Sula Real
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... commenting on how tan I was before leaving to call Alex the owner about a room and price like we had. His skills were obviously better since he managed to get one of the outdoor hammocks for $15 a night.
Not able to move on, we stayed one more night at La Posada B&B and ordered delivery again with a relaxing TV night. ...
... the air conditioned mall (air conditioning is almost nonexistent here, the only place I know of is the computer lab at school), but I went with Sarah D and Kenny, two fellow teachers, to the local market. We took a taxi from the mall to the market and practiced our bargaining skills getting the price of 70 Lempiras down to 60, which meant about $1 per person. The market was full of little gifts and trinkets and it will be a great place to go before the holidays. We then went back ...
... br> figure out our identity. They decided to drive our Group leader back
to the hotel and have him pick up our passports. This left us sitting
there kind of freaked out surrounded by National security officers in
a foreign country.
Some of the Officers Tried to talk to us, they seemed nice but I took notice
to the fact that in some ways they were living a better life than
there fellow country men. They had Red Bull cans and fast food in
Hola, amigos. I thought I would start a blog to let everyone back in the States know what Iīm up to down in Honduras. This is mainly for my mother who will have a heart attack if I donīt communicate constantly. But, I hope some other people enjoy it as well. I canīt upload my pictures yet, but I will at some point.
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I am living in Cofradia, Honduras which is around 30 minutes outside of San Pedro Sula, one of the countries ...
... by a much cheerier version of an old man and we got a different, but equally dirty room. Rum and coke ensued and we had a very early night, feeling remarkably refreshed the following morning seen as we had to wake up at 6am to catch the bus back to Cofradia, with bodies so sore that it hurt to wear the backpacks. Overall, a very productive and excellent trip away.
More school work ensued and we decided that a football match was needed. Not for us ...
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San Pedro Sula | 3 star hotelfrom $74