Hotel Mina

Address: Barrio El Centro, La Esperanza, Honduras | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Barrio El Centro, La Esperanza.
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    Travel Blogs from La Esperanza

    Sitting on the dock of the Bay Islands

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 06, 2014

    59 photos

    ... pincher arms as big as human arms. Who are we to disbelieve our Tone.   The arrival of Hondurans from the mainland during the back end of the 20th century, led to an increased population and with lax fishing laws, numbers in the water withered away. Although rules are now in place and followed more respectfully, the fish population has never fully recovered. As a former British colony, Utila's primary language is English but in recent years Honduran government ...

    Incredible diving, ruins, breweries and birds

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... for the World Cup final we got there to find that it was the only match of the final stages of the the tournament to start at 1.00 rather then 2.00 so we missed the first 20 minutes or so. There were a few Germans in our hostel which gave it a bit of atmosphere and when they won we all headed out to the German owned microbrewery as we heard they would stay open all night if they won (all bars have to close on Sunday afternoons in Honduras) but clearly it was all too much for the ...

    Cowboy Getups & Latino Lycra

    A travel blog entry by solokiwiabroad on May 29, 2013

    13 photos

    ... on street in Antigua for getting me a good price)

    Arriving in the quaint town of Copan Ruinas, with cobble streets and cowboy hat wearing hombres I found a hostel and set out on a food mission. First stop - the market. Amazing Pupusas (fluffly stuffed tortillas) and baleadas .50c a pop. Delish.

    Wandering around the ancient ruins was tranquil and beautiful with amazing stone work and my faves - giant trees growing over top of ...

    Roatan

    A travel blog entry by kfrison on Aug 01, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... at the zipline place. It is actually quite a jungle area. There are a total of 8 ziplines of varying length. We were the first to arrive, so that was nice. When we got back, there were at least 20 people waiting to get their harnesses, etc. After we were done, another van came to get us and took us to the dive resort. We are waiting to get on the dive boat. There are a ...

    Volunteering at the Igunana Station week 2

    A travel blog entry by luharris on Jan 17, 2012

    Jan 17 We were rudely woken this Morning at 6:30am with the Honduran kiddies banging and crashing about, they have clearly never learnt to sneek around a house and not wake people up. Even at 20 these guys are pretty young I think the English equivalent would not only eat them alive but would no way be up at 630 come on!! We decided to chill until  7:30am as usual before we showed our faces. When we did go down for our coffee, we found Andrea in the kitchen with her boyfriend Steve, he ...