Monday, January 28, 2008

Watch Out For That Wall Officer

I was driving to my new job this morning when I saw an accident (after it had happened). Oh, did you catch that last sentence. Yes, I got a job teaching English. I'm hoping to learn methods to teach and be able to utilize the skills as a freelance English instructor/tutor. It should be an interesting challenge anyway and it's been a welcome change.

Back to the reason for the post. An accident really isn't that surprising. They are frequent in the city. What I thought was interesting was that the car obviously a bit out of control was the police vehicle. But who really knows what happened in this case. Maybe the police vehicle was only avoiding someone else who may have been driving like an idiot. There were three uniformed officers standing next to the house possibility waiting for someone to come and pick them up.

Hopefully those nice people that live in that house get a new wall and fence. We have seen and talked to the owners of the house actually. You see, the people that live in that house also sell beautiful woven hammocks and hanging chairs across the street and I see them setting up shop sometimes in the morning and we have stopped and talked to them before.

The photos were taken from my cell phone = poor quality.



2 comments:

ord1988 said...

Hi, i noticed that you are american and living in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. I am engadged to a man from honduras and he is from La lima which is only about 20 min away from SPS. I am going to be visiting there in march, how do you like it?

Honduras Sprout said...

Hello ord1998!
Another gringa caught by a catracho ;o)
Well...it's a love/hate relationship with Honduras that I have. I try to take the good with the bad. But I can't imagine living my life without my husband so I'm here and I'm not running away yet!

I think you will find the same thing when you visit (love/hate). March will be busy with Holy Week if you were planning on coming then, and I'm told it is also very hot in March. I'm preparing for the scorching summer.

I see you just started a blog so I'll be checking back!