My wife (a Roatan native) and I decided to visit
Trujillo just after the Easter weekend. We were
The Christopher Columbus Hotel and Islena used to be
owned by the same person. Taca bought Islena, but the
key players are still intact. The airstrip in
Trujillo is just yards away from the Christopher
Columbus Hotel. On our trip, one suitcase was lost.
They tracked it down in San Pedro. The Hotel Manager,
Ms. Bush (Evil!!!) authorized us to go into town to
purchase a few essentials as our bag wouldn't arrive
until the next day. We did so, but when we returned
from shopping, Ms. Bush said our bag would arrive in
the early evening and therefore, the airline would not
reimburse us for the few things we purchased!
There's more....I asked her about our Thursday
departure / flight time. She smiled smugly and said
there were no flights on Thursdays from Trujillo to Le
Ceiba. Seeing our horror, she picked up the phone,
hit a speed dial number and within seconds had
magically re-routed the flight from Palacios to
You know that line in the song Hotel California..."you
can check-out anytime you like, but you can never
leave". If you want more details, let me know....
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