Hotel Cabanas Tucan

Address: Barrio Rio Platano, Tela, 34t5fh, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Barrio Rio Platano, Tela, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Tela

Return of the Garifuna

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 03, 2014

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... Our driver was Memo, who seems to do a lot of the Mr. Fix-it jobs around the radio station, including fixing the vehicles. The other day he was disassembling the large mobile speaker system and reworking the wiring system. Indeed he probably saves the radio station a lot of money by being so multi-talented - a bit like my dad! Among the reporters was my "comadre" Jennifer - whom I can take aside and ask "What's going on?", as I miss many of the nuances in ...


A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Nov 16, 2013

6 comments, 4 photos

... It is a fact of life. Melo suggested that I carry enough in my wallet so that if such an unfortunate incident were to happen, the thieves or gang members will be content with the collection. Otherwise they are just as likely to use a knife or gun to show their displeasure. So I might be doing some Tai Chi inside the compound where the truck is parked rather than going for any walks!

Yesterday when we were driving back to El Progreso we stopped ...


A travel blog entry by realitycanwait on Jun 10, 2012


... majority of the time by an obnoxious 7 year-old boy who would not stop talking to us, despite us completely ignoring him. After yelling at him, he still did not get the message so we found store management and they yelled at him in Spanish, resulting in him finally going away. We found an ice cream stand within the store that had one of our favorite things - chocolate covered banana pops. We decided to make this our appetizer and to have a meal of bell ...

Return to the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

38 photos

... valley. We had visits from food vendors from time to time and a handful of salespeople, again selling medicines and pills to cure all manner of ailments. We had come to the conclusion that the Hondurans were a nation of hypochondriacs, having also noticed that their towns had more pharmacies than any other type of shop.

As we neared San Pedro de Sula we started to see a very different Honduras. Gone were the simple mountain towns with narrow ...

Sea, sun and…erm…ganja?

A travel blog entry by larryweil on Oct 08, 2011

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... Nicaragua) is home to the Garifuna, descendants of freed African slaves, who still live very much according to their original roots. Music still blares from most shops and houses (as they so often do in this part of the world), however gone is the salsa groove and in comes a very African reggae-type beat. And I was most definitely the only white man in the village, almost a tourist attraction of my own as kids ran to up to me to talk ...