Hotel Rainbow Village
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... point, lots of bus journeys, ****** beds, mosquito hunters, and noisy neighbours, but we are still in good spirits as we take the two day bus trip to Honduras. Day 9 - Rio Dulce From what a lot of people say, an amazing river full of wildlife, culture and relaxation. However we arrived a few hours late and missed our boat, so had to stay at Rio Dulce town, full of bad smells, worse food, unaccomodating people, and a crazy Guatemalan man called Mario, who we became ...
After rafting we just chilled out at the lodge. We were the only people staying there so we thought it would be a quiet night, but some of the owners friends turned up so when we went to bed for an early night after such a long and active day, we were kept awake by them being quite rowdy in the bar, which was right next to the dorm. A shame really as, apart from that, it would have been a perfect ...
... on Utila. We liked the island, and and see why people stay longer, but we were both ready to move on and experience more of Honduras, not just the touristy islands. We left when it was still dark to catch the early ferry back to La Ceiba. We were both hoping the journey was a little less bumpy than on the way out, and fortunately it was. We had a short wait in La Ceiba before catching the bus to Tegucigalpa, the capital city. We were hoping to be dropped off in La Guama, which was ...
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If Jose is offended, he never lets me know. His smile never once wavers, and his laughter follows me toward the mall when we part ways. I suppose ultimately, the drink doesn't matter. I've never seen a soul at Jose's stand despite his everyday appearance under the Ceiba tree by the side of the road, and I'd like to think that my smile transcends our cultural differences and the language barrier like his does for ...
... locals that works for Underwater Vision. I thought we would get into a car maybe.... Bt not' he carried my back thetwobirds hundred meters up the road to my new home. There are only about two cars on Utila, the rest is motorbikes, ATV's and golf buggy's. Most of the island is on the south side and it pretty much consists of one big long street. After settling in I heard there was a beach party on at one of the private beaches. I went along with ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility