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Photo diary

Photo diary

AMERICAS 2005: Peru: Peru Feb-Mar Chile: March -> April Argentina: April Brazil: April -> May Costa Rica: May Nicaragua: May Honduras: May -> June Gautamala: June Belize: June Mexico: June -> July USA: July   (Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)Related Posts Day 56 – Newquay to Lands End Last day. It’s taken 56 days to make the whole journey; from John O’Groats to Lands End. I’ll do a summary of some stats in the next post, but h… Day…

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Tyke’s travel tips

Tyke’s travel tips

Here are some travel tips for those planning a trip to south america. 1- NEVER ARRIVE AT NIGHT – chances are you’ll be making those gruelling 20 hour plus bus journeys, the last thing you want is to be wandering round a strange town with all your stuff at the dead of night. 2- YOU WILL GET ROBBED – depending on your outlook, this may be funny, mildly annoying or a personal tragedy. Keep you passport and sexually integrity intact,…

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Market place

Market place

What can I say about San Pedro de Sula. Street marketI was there on a Saturday, street market day. Much of the southern part of the city area is given to open street trading, which makes for interesting wandering round. BanksThe banks are tied in with Visa/Plus network, making it impossible if you’re using Mastercard.I had to resort to using the Unibanc forecort machines at Texaco garages. TamarindoGreat hostel. Was there on my own bar Irish girl who had $350…

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San Pedro de Sula

San Pedro de Sula

Opt for walk into town, backpack and all. This is my first taste of Honduras. ArmedAfter hunting around found lots of armed guards. Most establishments have at least one armed guard from Coffee houses and Farmacies to Pizza parlours, anywhere that looks like it’s making money. BusinessFound this hostel.Girl moaned to me the fact that they were not getting many guests. I guess life is tough in business hey. NiceHere’s a picture. No visits yetRelated Posts Day 56 – Newquay…

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Road to San Pedro de Sula – Honduras

Road to San Pedro de Sula – Honduras

Rescue This accident had occured on the Pan-American highway, a connection running from Alaska to southern Chile one of the busiest and most important routes in South America. Rolled vehicle roofwise and watched Landrover logo disappear into the distance. Was surprised and sort of proud, in a British way that he was able to do that.Showing Johnny Foreigner Land Rovers’ world wide credentials as bastion of hard wearing resiliance that used to be the British way. No visits yetRelated Posts…

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