Caribbean Coral Inn
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... was still ridiculously high – HNL 474 per person! The ferry departed at 6.30 and it took us one hour to reach the mainland. We observed people around us for a while; most of them were foreigners and their exhausted faces and slow movements indicated that they had been partying till late the previous night. We didn´t expect to see anything else on Saturday morning. In Utila parties are thrown every single day but Fridays and Saturdays tend to be hardcore :) In the ...
Some times things just don't make sense. I was picked up this morning by a small team from RP/ERIC who were traveling to the village of Barra Vieja, the Garifuna community that was forcibly evicted from their ancestral land on Tuesday. Well - they are back!
We traveled in one of the trucks of Radio Progreso and in deference to my age and size, I was given the passenger seat while the four reporters traveling with me were squeezed into the back seat of the ...
... so loud that I feel it is coming from inside our house. Anyways, Pedro didn't think going for a walk was such a good idea, even if close to the house.
When Melo returned for lunch we asked him his opinion and he immediately responded "Jamás" which means ¨NEVER¨. He spoke of previous visitors who have ventured out and been robbed or assaulted. Further Melo said that does not know anyone who lives here who has not been robbed, assaulted or ...
... bit more but we felt it was worth it.
The road wound through the mountains back to Santa Rosa de Copan. Thankfully the driver was much better than the idiot we had had on the outward journey. The journey took a little longer but we didn’t mind. At several places we stopped and waited for connecting buses to arrive and for passengers to transfer to our bus. After Santa Rosa the road straightened and improved as we travelled along a broad ...
... plastic bag. Now, I’m no environmentalist and I don’t exactly recycle back home but that was a little ridiculous.30mn west of Tela lies Tornabé. As you step off the chicken bus and on to the small wooden boat to reach this tiny village, the world changes completely. You are no longer in Latin America; you’ve arrived in west Africa. The northern coast of Honduras (and indeed the Caribbean coast of Belize, ...