Hotel Mango

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

    Return to the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

    38 photos

    ... road, occupied mostly, it appeared, by Hondurans drinking beer. Our new acquaintance, a Hungarian, was the proprietor and he found us a table and brought a couple of cold beers. It was just what we needed before returning to our balcony where we had difficulty staying awake for long as we listened to the peaceful sound of the sea.

    We had a lovely relaxing day on Tuesday. We spent some time by the hotel pool before adjourning to the beach. We ...

    Last weekend...

    A travel blog entry by kittytravels on Oct 07, 2011

    ... up! Which is what we did after jumping off the bus on the highway. The people here are so friendly and will always give you a ride if they are going that way. They were only going so far do we had to jump out and try flag another, this time it was the police pick up truck and they offered before we even asked! No doubt all the locals thought us gringos had been up to no good as we rode through town in the back but it was a free lift...and the safest ...

    Fried fish and plantains

    A travel blog entry by beckandbill on Jul 16, 2010

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... swimming. We didn't like the look of the water, and we saw a dead dog on the beach, so we just got some fried fish & plantain and walked back to Tela along the beach, which had a lot of rubbish on it (which doesn't seem to bother the Hondurans).
    The next day we took a tour out to a place called Punta Sal, its the small pointy bit of land just to the left of Tela if you look at the map. That was really nice. A boat took us out to a nature reserve which ...

    Pico Bonito

    A travel blog entry by jodirachael on Jun 29, 2010

    ... off because my injuries were sort of the responsibility of Ryan when he flipped us and also had told us to swim in a part that was too shallow with lots of rocks. Im sure he does the intentional flip with lots of tours and nothing bad ever happens, but of course the one time I would be the person who gets slightly injured. I was trying not to be a complainer about it, but I could tell he was avoiding eye contact with me later on. I was limping around and ...

    I Love A Rainy Night

    A travel blog entry by fullmoon on May 22, 2010

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... we went looking for a place to have an early lunch. Our Lonely Planet book had recommended Cesar Marisco's - so we went in search of that. Couldn't see names on a lot of the places, but decided to ask some men sitting at a table on the patio of one restaurant if they knew where it was. Their response: "Si. Aqui!" (Yes. Here!) Awesome! We sat down, checked out the menu and realized we were at a bit of an upscale establishment (Side note: by "upscale" we mean prices were falling ...