Paradise Found

Address: 19 Sambo Creek, La Ceiba, Honduras | B&B
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This B&B is located on 19 Sambo Creek, La Ceiba.
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      Chabelo, Dunia and Omar

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 20, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... other visitors. This was probably because this was an official visit with the lawyer and some national press. Still the police were cordial and just doing their job by the book. Chabelo had previously set out 10 blue plastic lawn chairs in a treed area to the front of the prison.

      I had a good visit with Chabelo and said goodbye assuring him and his family that Anne Marie and I would continue to follow his case and we wished him well. Chabelo now knows me among the many ...

      Very hot and nothing open during carnivale

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Mike has a security guard at night and it is very necessary . The expats and tourists are definitely a target for their money and valuables here sadly . There is no wifi here tonight as it is down so it is a quiet one online for us.Monday 25th May. Ater packing up , we have breakfast of eggs and chorizo and toast ( with my travel vegemite , yum). Mike and May give us a lift to the travel agency in town and we say goodbye to them. The avel agent refers us ...

      Hidden Corners of the World

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Mar 02, 2014

      12 photos

      ... I stayed close to my hotel that night, wandering as far as the burger joint on the corner, less than a block away and the only open food establishment in the area. A good reality check awaited when I encountered the rifle-wielding security guard at the entrance. It was netflix and catching up on emails that night in the hotel room for me. First thing in the morning I headed straight to the airport for the start of a long, long couple of days ...

      Day 71: Final Fun Diving

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Nov 13, 2013

      9 photos

      ... are called, people who dive for pleasure and pay for it. As opposed to us students who get 2 free fun dives with each course, and then the Dive Masters who dive for free for life once they completed their course. Which will hopefully in time be me. So I set up all my gear on the boat and introduced myself to some of the other divers. There were the 2 American men with their huge cameras again, this time there was a local lady with a huge camera as well. A couple ...

      Learning How to Dive, & Fixing My Broken MacBook

      A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 11, 2013

      30 photos

      ... a motivating factor.

      I had a feeling it would get better, though. And it helped to learn that diving--despite all of the things that can go terribly wrong--is one of the safer things you can do. It's safer than driving, marathon running, and even its sister sport skydiving. In fact, recreational diving is statistically safer than swimming, bicycling, tennis, and even golf. (Go ahead, Google it!)

      Indeed, once I finished ...