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... 30 minutes to get from the port to the lodge. At a certain point we left the asphalt road behind and entered more remote, rural area. Since it had been raining a lot in last few days the road was full of muddy pools. Within a few minutes we reached the riverbed and kept on driving along it. Suddenly we saw El Bejuco Falls, a 45-meter waterfall stemming from the middle of the wooded rocky wall. The water was being spouted so powerfully as if it had never seen the ...
I was picked up sharp at 6 a.m. and we were in Tela by 7:30 a.m. We drove into a fairly large yard, with a big house and a small house off to one side. I have no idea who used the big house. In the small house lived a young couple with their son (maybe 6-7 years old). This was the home and broadcast station of "Radio Exclusivo", a small (very small) community radio station that is connected to other similarly small community radio stations. ...
... de la Cruz, which is a resort type spot on the Honduran Caribbean. The people there are largely black, descendants of the time of the slave trade but who were never slaves in Honduras. It is suspected that they were slaves destined for elsewhere but that the ships capsized and the survivors made it to the Honduran coast and survived.
This is definitely off season and we were the only patrons of a rather rustic restaurant. We had fresh ...
... sauce, and spiced carrots. We know you're jealous...
Because we were terribly behind in our blog posts, we decided to camp out at one of the only free wifi spots in town: Wendy's. We have been here for two hours, documenting our trip and uploading pictures with frosties by our sides. After traveling for ten hours straight today, tonight will be an early night in order to prepare for our border crossing journey from Honduras to Belize via another ...
... old fashioned shops and in their place we had modern towns with shopping malls and KFC’s, Dunkin Donuts, McDonalds, Burger Kings, Wendy’s etc. San Pedro de Sula itself appeared to be a large polluted city and we were pleased that they had recently opened a new bus terminal outside the centre used by all the various bus companies. We went in search of a company operating buses to our destination, the town of Tela. There were a number of options ...
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