Hostal Sula Real

Colonia Prado, 17 y 20 calle, No. 51, San Pedro Sula, 0501, Honduras | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula

The Story

A travel blog entry by sacolargo


... country. He has even been called by the American ambassador. His contacts are church people, people in communications, and political people such as union officials, teachers, peasant groups, indigenous groups and solidarity activists. He is trusted as part of the "resistance" movement, yet not aligned with any party or group. Melo is perhaps one of the most influential leaders of the progressive wing of the Catholic Church but he is certainly not a representative of ...

Doña Lita´s birthday

A travel blog entry by sacolargo


... to serve two Peruvian dishes that I have been fairly successful with, but this situation was different. I thought of Papa a la huanciana as a starter followed by Arroz con Pollo.

Thursday afternoon three of Melo's sisters and two nieces (including the ever demanding Dulce Maria) went with me to a large retail store something like a Walmart. They were all curious how I was going to do this shopping. As well, I discovered that some things were not easy to find. Peas for example ...

Arrival into San Pedro Sula, Honduras

A travel blog entry by annsadventures


... the Pacific Ocean (south) and the Caribbean Sea (north). Although it offers absolutely beautiful countryside and beaches, Honduras has been challenged with hurricanes and floods and by numerous (some 300 since independence) political uprisings/rebellions/coup d’états (as recent as 2009). Honduras has a population of about 8 million with 2/3 living below the poverty line and more ...

Sweaty, Sunny Days

A travel blog entry by mrg8920


... families to read together and talk about books together. Dia de la Familia was an event a lot like Cena Navidena (our Christmas celebration). Classes prepared something to show up on stage. Some of the highlights included 6th grade's rap, 3rd grade's tragic Spanish skit about a boy who refused to kiss his mother goodbye when he left for school and then his mom died of a heart attack (Honduran's tend to like the guilt trip method), ...

Of Tuk Tuks and Macaws

A travel blog entry by mrg8920


... of the street for a few purchases then off towards the b&b. A stop for lunch, a rest at the b&b, then off to the coffee plantation tour. It was a bit of a ride out and a lot of coffee facts were heard a good meal was included with the tour; then back to the b&b. We went to Twisted Tanya's for a drink and a snack. It was a really good day, we were back in the b&b reading and the power went out, the whole town was dark and you could see so many stars. We were ...


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