Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
... It costs us $59 per person and was planned to be about a 12 hour journey to reach the Caribbean coast of Honduras. The roads were quite bumpy making it difficult to catch any zzz's but we were thankful for the AC which was blasting on us as we made it into hotter territory. Jehovah Jireh, one of God's many names struck a cord with us on this trip. God definitely showed His provision to guide us as we were in ...
... office of La Moskitia Ecoaventuras near the mall and we take a taxi there with iur packs. We have arranged a tour starting Wednesday for 5 days to the La Moskitia coast and wilderness where we will travel to 3 villages but by boat and 4wd. There will be no electricity or Internet . It will be a roughing it trip and we will stay in village lodges with bucket toilets and shower and beds with mosquito nets .We are already taking antimalarial meds as we know it ...
... Lopez - known as Doņa Moncha, and his younger brother. Accompanying them was a human rights monitor from Chicago, Greg McCain, who has been living in the community of Guadalupe Carney for 11 months to monitor the situation there. Greg is supported by a Honduran solidarity group in Chicago, that had a number of members present as official observers of the elections.
Chabelo's mother comes at least once a month, sometimes twice. She opened her bag ...
... noticed Octo was really quiet. I asked him if he was excited. He asked me if the ladder was safe, he kept focusing on the ladder, i asked him what he was worried about, then we spent the next 10 minutes talking about entering the water, lack of visibility and sharks. I was able to reassure him by explaining that we would be buddies, if anything happened I would be there to help and we could always resurface and cut the dive short, he seemed happy with that.
... Sometimes it is just too hard to watch. Driving through all the little villages and seeing everyday Honduras, be it only from a bus window gave me a lot to think about. I admire these people and their work ethic. They are always fixing something, cleaning something, or working with or on something. You never see a Guatemalan/El Salvadorian or Honduran sitting around doing nothing. They are poor and they know it, but they never seem to complain, never ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking