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"Isn't it dangerous there?"

On this past week’s Semana Santa trip to Nicaragua, one of the first questions my friends and I were asked, of course, was “Where are you from?” Typically, we replied, “We’re from the States, but we live in Honduras.” Americans, Canadians, Europeans, and Nicaraguans alike immediately wondered, “Isn’t it dangerous there?” or, at best, “That’s an

Dia TIpico at SMBS

The word tipico literally means “typical.” So if you’re passing through San Pedro Sula and you say you’re going to stop by somewhere tipico for lunch, it usually means you will go somewhere for beans and rice with tortillas or baleadas, as opposed to eating fried chicken, pizza, or Chinese takeout.

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