Back In Antigua
I made my way out of Managua, and spent the night in Choluteca, Honduras. On my way down to Panama, I avoided stopping in Honduras, but I decided to spend a night in Honduras on this occasion. I was pleasantly surprised how nice and accommodating the people of Honduras treated me. I had heard from other travelers that Honduras was a bad place, but in the city of Choluteca, everyone was very friendly.
The following morning I headed out for La Libertad, El Salvador, and for some crazy reason, customs only allowed my bike to stay in the country for 24 hours…they explained something to me that I did not comprehend. So, I spent one night there, and got an early start for Antigua, Guatemala. The border crossing was easy, and only took one hour to exit El Salvador and enter Guatemala. I arrive in Antigua around 3PM, and found a nice $20 hostel.
My plan going forward is to stay in Antigua for the next 85 days, and then make my way up to Belize, then onto the Yucatan in Mexico. This should take about 7 or 8 months, and then I will make my way to the Pacific coast of Mexico. I will head back to the USA when the money runs out. I will be posting photos very soon.
There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them. - Allan K. Chalmers
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