- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... In 1950 the community was legally recognized as a municipality and in 1962 some other form of legal recognition was given to the community. To the east and west of Barra Vieja are beautiful beach front areas that previously were also settled by the Garifuna. To the west is an area called "Miami" - through some legislation the communal lands were awarded to individuals as individual property owners. Then with incentives the people were bought out and a resort area ...
... and a half hours the bus pulled up on the main road near Tela and we hopped into a taxi to take us to our hotel. We were to stay at the Hotel Cesar Mariscos. This was right on the seafront and the rooms, above a seafood restaurant, had balconies looking out over the palm fringed white sand beach. Our spirits rose in no time. Between the hotel and the beach was just a narrow pedestrianised promenade where there were stalls selling shells and jewellery and ...
... dead gorgeous! Plus where would I be without a trustee GBF...I snapped him up straight away! Then me and 7 of the other volunteers jumped on a chicken bus to Tela which is a beach resort roughly an hour away from where we live (2 and half via chicken bus which stops approximately every 6minutes!) We stayed in a big house owned by Honduran born/Bronx raised guy that one of the volunteers knew! He was a character to say the least and had us all ...
... school, we get a four day weekend for a holiday nobody else in town celebrates! Woo-hoo!
The whole Gringo Crew (Kristi, Amy, Christine, Chad and myself) decide it's time to visit Honduras' other coast. The pretty one bordering the Caribbean. It takes some group coercion to persuade Kristi to come along instead of painting the house, but she finally acquiesces. With our bags packed and hotel booked, we prepare for Tela, a ...
... Good ridence! She probably found away to stow away in a luggage compartment somewhere. Anyways, thatīs the moment where we decided that we would have to scrutinize our fellow travellers to a higher degree. But we carried on our way and made it Tela without a hitch.
Thereīs really nothing to say about Tela except that the town wasnīt worth the visit. The beachfront is mediocre and the town itself is not well kept. Honduras advertises it as ...