Grissy's Hotel

Address: Tela, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Tela, is near Lancetilla Botanical Garden and Roatan Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Tela

    Honduras - Cangrejal River

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 22, 2014

    24 photos

    ... br> At about 9.00 we met with the other members of our rafting team: Daniel (Israel), Chang (Australia), Jacob (England) and two bilingual guides. Since it had been raining a lot recently I was a bit worried that the river could be way too rough. However, I was told by Ronald as well as by both guides that the level was actually perfect, enabling us to go through a few stronger rapids situated in the upper part of the Cangrejal River. What a relief!

    First of ...

    Return of the Garifuna

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... battle gear and heavily armed, descended upon the village of Barra Vieja and forcibly removed the villagers and their belongings. The homes of the Garifuna are not tightly packed in one area but generously spaced out along a corridor off the beach. The homes are quite rustic, made of vertical sticks tied together and thatched roofs made from palm leaves. Fresh water is limited, so what is available is used for washing but drinking water is purchased in the ...

    Return to the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

    38 photos

    ... By the time we had finished eating, the streets of Tela appeared to be deserted apart from a lot of cruising taxis. Nevertheless we thought we’d take a short walk to see if there were any bars open. This seemed unlikely but just as we were about to turn back a European man out walking his dog asked if we were looking for somewhere for a beer. He led us along a sandy track to a little beach bar where there were a number of tables and chairs set out ...

    Last weekend...

    A travel blog entry by kittytravels on Oct 07, 2011

    ... with our very own only 1 car! The laws are a little less strict here and fitting 10 people into a 4x4 seemed kind of natural after a while! It's amazing what you become accustomed to and how quickly. Just like in the days of the blue dolphin when entering through the passenger side quickly became the norm and actually seeing people get in their own doors almost made me confused! Nowadays I don't think anything of jumping in the back of ...

    Thanksgiving...Honduran Style

    A travel blog entry by boehmini on Nov 25, 2010

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... coastal town on Honduras' Atlantic side.

    As all good journeys begin, ours starts in chaos. We awake at 4:00 AM and catch a cab to one of Tegus' nicest bus stations. Lucky for us, this cab driver is an early bird! He blasts traditional (horrible?) mariachi music all the way to our destination and rolls down all the windows so the chilly morning air slaps us awake in our sun dresses and flip flops.

    Once at the bus ...