The Caribbean Cliffs Marine Club

Address: Acantilados Del Caribe, Puerto Cortes, CT2200, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Acantilados Del Caribe, Puerto Cortes.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Cortes

Canadian interests in Honduras

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 24, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... who is totally beholding to the US for his placement and benefits. If people have an interest in the markets, perhaps some names are familiar: Goldcorp, Maverick, Glamis Gold, Silver Crest Mines, among others. They change names and mix with other companies frequently, but are the same players with involvement of the World Bank. Thus when the World Bank invests in countries such as Honduras, imposing austerity measures and requiring privatization of national assets (such as hospitals) ...

Haircut and Coffee

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... and the children. Jessica likes to cut hair and Melo had checked by telephone that she would be home. I was warmly received by Jessica and her mother and the two children, Jessica's 10 year old boy and Iris' 9 year old daughter. I had brought a few small gifts for the children which they seemed to appreciate. Jessica cuts hair only with scissors so it was a slow but thoroughly enjoyable haircut and in the end totally satisfactory to everyone. It seems to me strange that ...

LeaderSHHip week!

A travel blog entry by alyssakatz on Jul 20, 2015

31 photos

SHHHHHHHHHH Leadership Weeeekkkkk!!!

Everyone has been telling me how great it is and you know what? They're right!! Awesome group of kids, inspiring workshops, readings, and videos, and lots of new fun stuff here in Villa. A few less people than last week, but we have four leaders this time that run our workshops and activities. Unlike most volunteer weeks, we only work during the afternoons, as our mornings are spent at an AIR CONDITIONED coffee shop in downtown Progreso. ...

The mountain of El Jute

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Apr 25, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... young people, perhaps their grandparents might have remembered those days of El Jute. They had walked and planned to stay for the night where a new building now stands but it would have been small for the participants involved. That so many youth were involved I took as a sign of hope. I spoke to one man in his late 20's perhaps who was walking with his daughter who that day was celebrating her 3rd birthday. He worked in one of the maqulllas of GILDAN and was working to form a ...

Same old ... And corporate evil

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... cultural moods that control us, things we can't see when we're inside of them. And, because of this, and the way we are programmed to think, the powers and principalities are hard to resist." This seemed to make total sense as I caught up on some of the Honduran news. During Holy Week there were 36 murders, some the common assault type but others were directed assassinations. One in particular came close to home. A peasant indigenous leader was assassinated brutally ...