Villa Rhina Club and Mountain Resort

Corozal, La Ceiba, Honduras | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Corozal, La Ceiba, is near Barranquitas.
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    Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

    Border Crossing by Bus

    A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jul 03, 2014

    2 comments

    ... think the place is no good we should consider staying somewhere else. The Taxi driver called a hostel and handed us his phone. Thankfully the man on the end spoke great English and eventually told us he was from Boston. He cut us a deal and matched the other hostel's price and even gave us a private room with AC. We were driven to our new hostel in about 10 minutes, thanking God for His provisions all the way. ...

    Prison Picnic

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 10, 2013

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    ... evening Melo, Pedro and I are going to the Jesuit community gathering for the weekly mass, dinner and meeting of the Jesuit's who work in or near El Progreso. I do not attend the meeting part as sometimes they discuss internal matters of the community. The mass is usually fairly low key, with a lot of silence space during the liturgy. I am looking forward to the mass this evening as my thoughts today keep coming back to my dad who died three years ago. I miss him very ...

    Day 54: From border to Coast

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Oct 27, 2013

    ... all the cars, trucks and buses, they finally turned off down a local street and further on I could see a big red and white marquee. This political party was sure rallying the people. We stopped in the next town to let some people off and I saw the funniest and coolest thing ever. This guy came charging down the street, at a trot on his horse, jumped off at the shop door and walked into the shop, the horse did not move, it stood and waited while the man ...

    Day 1 - PADI open water

    A travel blog entry by josh_bishop on May 20, 2013

    Completed 3 videos and their affiliated quizzes. Did our confined space training up to a 2m depth. Climbed into an abandon hostel with a saffa, spaniard, Aussie and em. Looked over the island's bay while the sun set behind us. Hundreds of bats scattered inside the abandoned hotel while we climbed the stairs and found our way to the top balcony. Had dinner at the spot next to our room. Ordered 4 meals and a drink each for $4.50, unreal food ...

    Flight via Panama City to San Juan Puerto Rico

    A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Dec 11, 2012

    ... salsa, tacos and a strong black coffee. They make coffee on the whole quite light. I have been able to drink this coffee since first attempting it in Cartagena. However a couple of times, first in MA (Maligri) and again today the coffee is made what we call the Italian way strong and bitter. Terraza is CRs best coffee bean. Flight from SJ to Panama City 1 hour and then 1 hour transit at Panama City Airport followed by 2.5 ...