La Quinta Hotel

Carretera Pavimentada Ppal ( La Ceiba-Tela), La Ceiba, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera Pavimentada Ppal ( La Ceiba-Tela), La Ceiba.
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    Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

    Border Crossing by Bus

    A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jul 03, 2014


    ... We reached the border of Guatemala and Honduras and were all ushered off the bus to get our passports checked. Josh and I gathered in the single file line that had formed and observed that people were also paying money at this checkpoint. We talked with a few people around us in our broken Spanish and gathered that there was an "exit fee." Of course this is no official exit fee but we looked at what ...


    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Mar 29, 2014

    3 comments, 35 photos

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    And the result on the surface.

    Following our dive qualification we were entitled to two free fun dives. We caught up with Martijn and Lesley to finally have a dive with them (as they already had their Open Water). In the end though we were put in separate dive teams and didn’t actually dive with them, although we were on the same ...

    Prison Picnic

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 10, 2013

    11 photos

    ... out a stack of tortillas and a whole baked chicken. She sent Chabelo back into the prison to buy a bottle of pop (a 3 litre bottle of something like orange crush), some plastic cups and plates. We insisted that the food should be for Chabelo but she insisted that we were going to have a picnic, and it was a whole chicken raised in her yard. Melo had been given last night a bag with different types of snack food, including banana chips and some synthetic munchie ...

    Learning How to Dive, & Fixing My Broken MacBook

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 11, 2013

    30 photos

    ... the rain on the back of the man's motorbike, down Pumpkin Hill and back to the hostel. I all but forced the man to take money for gas. The way he saw it, he had already been paid generously by knowing he had helped a person in a sticky situation.

    After ten eventful days on the island, we left early in the morning for Copan, a town on the border with Guatemala that was once one of the most important cities to the Maya civilization.

    Day 61: Graduation Day

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Nov 03, 2013

    20 photos

    ... as each course you do comes with 2 fun dives at the end. I was lucky enough to get on with a guide called Susanne. Susanne and her partner Bryan are very well known for spotting amazing things that other people never see. So I was excited. I set up my stuff on the boat and was ready to go. Once the boat was full we headed off. Our first dive site was 'the lighthouse' we dove for 45 minutes at 18 metres. I saw numerous different fish, schools of fish still amaze me. ...

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