Travel Blogs from Honduras

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My seed has sprouted, Copan, Honduras travel blog

My seed has sprouted

A travel blog entry by mikedolan

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I am now in Copan, Honduras.  This is a small town in the hills by the border of Guatemala.  There are famous Mayan ruins here named Copan.  At one point there were as many as 20000 people living in the ruins.  There are many ...

Jungle River Lodge - La Ceiba, La ceiba, Honduras travel blog

Jungle River Lodge - La Ceiba

A travel blog entry by andreandy

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We booked a few days at the Jungle River Lodge just outside of La Ceiba on the Rio Can... something... I don't have my book.  A big landcruiser off road truck picked us up from hotel. We felt very important. The lodge is very small. Just on the hill ...

Copan Ruinas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan Ruinas

A travel blog entry by mariejeanwilson

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We spent the next three days in the village of Copan Ruinas, close to the site of some Mayan ruins that we wanted to see. The village was quite nice and the hotel was OK with some nice outside spaces but the staff seemed to always be lurking about doing ...

The land of murder and fast food, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

The land of murder and fast food

A travel blog entry by peteindira

I walk into a restaurant and am greeted by the excited hostess who remembers me from last night.  The stereotypical American diner look of the place makes it feel like a Denny's, but unlike Denny's, the people here seem to be genuinely happy to have ...

San Pedro Sula, San Pedro Sula, Honduras travel blog

San Pedro Sula

A travel blog entry by mariejeanwilson

Another overnight stop in a fairly unpleasant city. We took a room in a nice B&B and ventured as far as the nearest Pizza place which was protected by 2 armed guards! When you hear a bang in this place you're not sure if it's a firework or an armed ...

16 hours travel, 4 borders & one day in Hondur, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

16 hours travel, 4 borders & one day in Hondur

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts

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... I headed overland and crossed borders galore. I was picked up at 3am in Leon and not long after dawn, we had reached Honduras. The quickest and safest route to our destination was not however to continue across the country; instead we headed straight on ...

Lago de Yojoa, Lago de Yojoa, Honduras travel blog

Lago de Yojoa

A travel blog entry by pajas

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Destination 286 Km148'716 Nicht mehr kommentiert (lese Eintrag Nr.45 weshalb) XXXXX Not commented anymore (read entry No.45 ...

Hello Hondouras!, Utila, Honduras travel blog

Hello Hondouras!

A travel blog entry by tsquared

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It was a massive journey from Livingston to Utila, but well worth the trouble.  We left our hostel at 6am on a small 6 person Fijian style boat in the terrential downpour across large rolling waves and howling wind.  Not the most fun start ...

diving and a drink or 2, Utila, bay islands, Honduras travel blog

diving and a drink or 2

A travel blog entry by stevenfearn

so early in the morning, around 8 ish we got a taxi to the dock for the ferry to utila, the terrential rain had continued all night and was just as heavy the next morning, we got there bought tickets, waited then boarded the boat, i say boat but it was ...

Wrecked... hahaha, Jewel Cay, Honduras travel blog

Wrecked... hahaha

A travel blog entry by wallsy

The standard format over the last couple of days... a spot of diving in the morning, some chillin' in the arvo and a couple of ales in the evening. We checked out the Haliburton on one of the forays into the big blue, which is an old cargo ship they sunk ...

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