Difference between revisions of "Honduras"

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'''Honduras''' is a country in [[Central America]].
 
'''Honduras''' is a country in [[Central America]].
  
It borders [[Nicaragua]] to the south, [[Guatemala]] to the north and El Salvador to the north-west and west.
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It borders [[Nicaragua]] to the south, [[Guatemala]] to the north and [[El Salvador]] to the north-west and west.
  
Hitchhiking is generally easy in Honduras. It is a very poor country and a lot of people don't have cars. Rides come readily from people with pick-up trucks and it is not rare to see locals hitch-hiking.
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Hitchhiking is generally easy in Honduras. It is a quite poor country and a lot of people don't have cars. Rides come readily from people with pick-up trucks and it is not rare to see locals hitch-hiking.
  
Like in most of Central-America, there are lots of minibusses and not so easy to spot taxis on the road, be sure you know if you're paying or hitching free when you climb in any type of vehicle.  
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Like in most of Central-America, there are lots of minibusses and not so easy to spot taxis on the road, be sure you know if you're paying or hitching free when you climb in any type of vehicle. Here people refer to hitch-hiking as ''ride'', ''hacer ride'' and ''buscar un ride'' are common expressions.
Here people refer to hitch-hiking as "ride", "hacer ride" and "buscar un ride" are common expressions.
 
  
 
== Cities ==
 
== Cities ==

Revision as of 22:50, 11 July 2011

Flag of Honduras Honduras
Information
Language: Spanish
Capital: Tegucigalpa
Population: 7,483,763 (Sept 2007 estimate)
Currency: Lempira (HNL)
Hitchability: good
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Honduras is a country in Central America.

It borders Nicaragua to the south, Guatemala to the north and El Salvador to the north-west and west.

Hitchhiking is generally easy in Honduras. It is a quite poor country and a lot of people don't have cars. Rides come readily from people with pick-up trucks and it is not rare to see locals hitch-hiking.

Like in most of Central-America, there are lots of minibusses and not so easy to spot taxis on the road, be sure you know if you're paying or hitching free when you climb in any type of vehicle. Here people refer to hitch-hiking as ride, hacer ride and buscar un ride are common expressions.

Cities