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    rent a car in Honduras inexpensively?

    late to this one... renting a car isn't cheap ($800/week from the Tegucigalpa airport), and it can be a hassle with all the checkpoints. Flying is great if you're not used to so many military checkpoints... if you decide to get a car, make sure you get one that's a transmission you can handle and **without tinted windows**. Or you will get pulled over at every checkpoint. over 4 years ago

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    Where is the nearest Medical facility to Goroka in PNG ?

    I went to the hospital/facility for an xray of my ankle when I severely injured it. Didn't have any problems. If you can find a missionary doctor (as missionaries seem to abound there), they'd be more accustomed to western patients, but still might refer you to the hospital/clinic in Goroka for some tests/procedures (as was my case) over 4 years ago

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    What sites should I visit in Raleigh-Durham area? I have 2 days there

    Raleigh or Durham? They're about 45+min away from each other. Raleigh has good museums that are free (NC Art, Natural Sciences, History), lots of options for great food & drink (local breweries, state farmer's market, great parks (state, city, & county). There's a lot of food you can't get anywhere else (e.g. Fiction Kitchen, a mostly vegan restaurant, down the street from a super-popular local BBQ place called The Pit; EscazĂș Chocolates; Triangle Raw Foods pop-up restaurants; a traveling food market (Lomo); There are great pizza options here too). The NC State Univ campus can be pretty to visit. First Fridays are amazing in Downtown Raleigh... art scene here rocks. Durham can be more expensive on the museum side, but the Life Sciences Museum is pretty awesome. Food will probably cost about the same (food trucks are amazing here). Go to a Durham Bulls game, visit the area around it, see a show at DPAC, and drink a beer from Fullsteam, check out Duke's campus (nice hike around the forest). over 4 years ago

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    Raleigh NC_Will need to rent a car?

    don't need a car - some public transportation is completely free downtown (Google the R Line) or the Raleigh Rickshaws work off tips alone typically. Check out this too: http://www.raleighnc.gov/services/content/PWksTransit/Articles/AutomatedBusTracking.html over 4 years ago