Grissy's Hotel

Tela, Honduras | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tela

Return to the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

38 photos

... pavement cafes. We sipped a cold beer there and watched the sun sink over the Caribbean.

Not having had too much time to explore and get our bearings, and having read reports about security issues on the streets here after dark, we did not venture far to eat on Monday night. We found a colourful little restaurant at the end of the strip and enjoyed a traditional Honduran dinner of fish or steak with rice, plantains, beans, egg, cheese, soured cream ...

Last weekend...

A travel blog entry by kittytravels on Oct 07, 2011

... with his stories of the Bronx life and Honduran gangsters!! We enjoyed some time tanning at the beach, and picked up some beers to watch the sunset later on. There's something so special about sitting on a beach with friends and absorbing the atmosphere as the sky changes colours. I was in photography heaven too! Back at Roy's place his wife cooked us some baleada's followed by a good few margaritas to get the party started! We then headed out to hit ...

Thanksgiving...Honduran Style

A travel blog entry by boehmini on Nov 25, 2010

4 comments, 22 photos

... true trouble begins. Foolishly, we had assumed that we were early and that nobody would take a 5:00 AM bus out of town. We. Are. WRONG. Every gringo in the city has the same idea! A group of addled girls with poor Spanish take nearly 20 minutes to book their tickets. I begin to shift nervously. Our bus leaves in 15 minutes! Seeing that we'll be next in line, Chad and I grab our passports and cash, anticipating the short amount of time ...

Our first taste of the Caribbean!

A travel blog entry by musaandbecky on Sep 20, 2010

1 comment, 17 photos

On Wednesday (15th Sept) Me, Musa, Carl and Lily (our housemates) headed up to Tela on the North Coast. This is where my great great grandmother's cousin was stationed as a Christian Missionary in the early 20th Century!


We stayed at a hotel which probably ranks somewhere in my bottom 3 accommodation choices of all time but hey, what can you expect for US$5 per night? In its defence it did have a little ...

Fried fish and plantains

A travel blog entry by beckandbill on Jul 16, 2010

1 comment, 6 photos

... bitten by ants. That doesn't normally happen in botanic gardens. The park itself was ok, plant wise there wasn't anything that amazing. The locals were making use of the swimming hole and there was some really big bamboo growing around the place that looked cool.
Afterwards we went to a Garifuna village (the black people living along the coast of Honduras, Guatemala & Belize are the Garifuna people) called La Ensenada where there were lots of ...

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This hotel, located in Tela, is near Roatan Island and Lancetilla Botanical Garden.
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