Villa Rhina Club and Mountain Resort

Address: Corozal, La Ceiba, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corozal, La Ceiba, is near Barranquitas.
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Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

How I wound up needing antibiotics

A travel blog entry by maggieleigh on Mar 11, 2015

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From San Pedro Sula, we moved on to La Ceiba, the port town that serves as the last stopping point before going to Utila or Roatan Islands. Somehow we also spent four days here. We intended to do a white water rafting tour, but those plans were derailed after attending a Honduran soccer game. Our hotel was ...

Viva La Ceibe

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 23, 2015


... was that yes, it was perfectly safe, just be sure not to take anything of value with you (in case you were mugged). I'm only really writing about it because we spent a night there so it has to go on the blog map. Needless to say, we caught the first ferry out the next morning! La Ceibe may have its charms, but we were privy to none of them. Onwards to Utila! ...

Homestay in La Ceiba

A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 26, 2014

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... to drop two of the balls of dough! Luckily, Vicky then dropped one of hers to make me look less bad! It didn't help that Glenny, one of the lodging girls, was a total pro, throwing the dough around all over the place! We had the baleadas with traditional black beans, scrambled eggs and Honduran butter (a cross between sour cream and butter with a slightly garlicky taste), topped off with a chocolate milkshake. Denise ...

Searching for Food on a Sunday evening

A travel blog entry by deni367 on Feb 23, 2014

... that the cable TV reception was bad because of the nearby prison. This was exactly what we wanted to know before 4 girls headed out to an unknown area late at night. Regardless, we had no issues, but could not find any food whatsoever. So I went to bed hungry and looking forward to having a huge breakfast once at Utila the next ...

Just a walkabout day

A travel blog entry by sudell on Nov 21, 2013

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... we would have missed from the shuttle. El Morro wasn't (to our eyes) quite as interesting as San Cristobal, but it does have a HUGE grassed area in front that is perfect for family picnics and such. Since we were here on a Thursday afternoon, we didn't see too many families picnicking. After wandering through El Morro (and taking more photos) we hopped on the shuttle for a quick ride back down to the port area where we ...