Cesar Mariscos

Avenida Uruguay, Calle Peatonal Playera, Tela, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Uruguay, Calle Peatonal Playera, Tela, is near Roatan Island and Lancetilla Botanical Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Tela


    A travel blog entry by realitycanwait on Jun 10, 2012


    ... that's what you get for a $3 ticket for a one hour bus ride. Nevertheless, we safely arrived in Puerto Cortes only a few blocks away from our hotel.

    We checked in and then decided to explore the city, which basically consists of a small central park, a plethora of fast food chains, and various stores. As we started to get hungry, we headed to the grocery store to pick up food for dinner. We walked around for at least 30 minutes where we were ...

    Pico Bonito

    A travel blog entry by jodirachael on Jun 29, 2010

    ... really like the guy. He kind of had a college frat boy attitude (no offense to any guys in frats) even though he was in his early 30s. We got to the lodge which was really cool, set back alongside the river with a nice mountainy feel. Right away they wanted us to go on our white water rafting trip we had planned ahead of time, only because another girl wanted to go then too who was staying there. It was really cool to meet Maria because she is actually going around ...

    Scratchy Scratch!

    A travel blog entry by stanvan on Jun 21, 2010

    3 photos

    ... one of the reasons we even came there) but a local told Steve that there was another tasty bread made of yucca. Yucca is a root that is prepared in many ways, kinda like a potato: fried, mashed, etc. Anyways, Steve figured that we´d try the bread too, since we like potato bread. So he followed a woman an her 4 kids halfway across town through back alleys to her grandmother´s house. Imagine how excited he was going to old grandma´s ...

    I Love A Rainy Night

    A travel blog entry by fullmoon on May 22, 2010

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... in Honduras. My favourite so far, and realized after looking at the label that it's because it's a pilsener! Mmm, mmm, good. We had tried Salva Vida the night before - also pretty good. The walk back to our hotel was... very wet, even with an umbrella... I don't know quite how to put into words what the rain is like down here. It comes down in buckets, and even worse than the rain that's falling from the sky is the rain that's pouring off of the rooftops and canopies and ...

    Flavor of the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by projectpaz on May 02, 2010

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... reside mainly on the Caribbean coast of Central America. Their roots come from a settlement of freed slaves in the Caribean that were relocated by the British to Honduras around the 1700’s. They are a friendly and warm group of people that occupy fishing communities up and down the coast. If you want some quality seafood on paper plates, ...

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    Cesar Mariscos
    Tela, Honduras