Hotel Palmeras Beach

Playa de Cienaguita, Puerto Cortes, 200, Honduras | Inn
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A travel blog entry by sacolargo


... as Melo had his evening radio talk program called "America Libre" at 8 pm, so we didn't stay around and made it to the radio station in time for the program in which both Pedro and I participated. Melo received a text message inviting us to the home of Julian - so after the program we went to the home of Julian (which I already knew as I was there the weekend before for the birthday of his little brother). Julian was off celebrating with his friends but his parents had purchased ...

A morning with Padre Pedro

A travel blog entry by sacolargo


... be the conqueror of the Sun-god - but I digress). A very cheerful Nicaraguan nun , Hermana Janet de Fatima, unlocked the church for me to see it and the small replica statue behind the altar.

Pedro and I then went to E.R.I.C., the research and human rights center owned by the Jesuits for which Melo is also the Director. He has a young team of 35 members of researchers, legal advisors and writers who have produced a huge volume of ...

Boat to Honduras

A travel blog entry by ollyandbecky

After a pleasant few days in Placencia with very little to report, we arrived early to get the boat to Puerto Cortes in Honduras. A couple from the US with a very cute three year old girl had arrived even earlier as they wanted to sit at the back of the boat in case it got busy. It turned out that they had been doing missionary work in Honduras for three years and they were very ...


A travel blog entry by realitycanwait


... arriving and purchasing our $19 tickets, we went on a hunt for food. Since it was a Sunday, very few places were open so we settled for Wendy's coffee, fruit from a street vendor, and gas station snacks for ridiculously cheap prices. Then, we boarded our "luxury" bus that came with a baggage check, water, cookies, and a movie. They even searched our bags and took our pictures for security purposes. Things seemed to good to be true and they were as it ...

Tracing Family and Happy Birthday to Musa

A travel blog entry by musaandbecky


At the start of February we went to Tela for the weekend to trace down one of my ancestors. My Grandmotherīs, grandmothers cousin was a Christian Missionary in Honduras from 1931 to 1949 working at chruch in Tela only 2 hours from where we live. His name was Cannon Edward Hubbard. It certainly is a very small world! We found the chrch easily as it is only a small town and arrived on the day after the new woman ...


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