La Ensenada Beach Resort & Convention Center

Bahia de Tela, Tela, Honduras | Resort
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This resort, located on Bahia de Tela, Tela, is near Roatan Island and Lancetilla Botanical Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Tela

    Return to the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

    38 photos

    ... by the number of Honduran families there on this a weekday morning and, with few western tourists around, we were again the only ones not to be bathing fully clothed. We even watched as a group of teenage schoolboys ran straight into the sea dressed in their school uniforms of white shirts and long grey trousers. Despite signs everywhere prohibiting the leaving of litter, there was quite a bit of rubbish on the beach which was a real shame. We watched ...

    A Gringa in Cofradia

    A travel blog entry by mrg8920 on Aug 08, 2011

    10 comments, 31 photos

    When living in Spain I never felt out of place. While all the blonde tall girls were getting whistled and stared at I was able to blend right into the crowd with the Spanish girls and their medium complexions and dark wavy hair. In Honduras it's a very different story. I am a gringa, the slang term for white girl. The cat calls, whistles, hisses, and various other sounds of "affection" are quite common. I guess its what you expect in such a machismo ...

    Thanksgiving...Honduran Style

    A travel blog entry by boehmini on Nov 25, 2010

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... teller gave her and Kristi tickest to the wrong city! The teller, growing more stressed in the wake of this SNAFU, now cancels the tickets, refunds the money, and the girls have to purchase new passes. Logically, this process should only take minute or two. Realistically, it takes eight. The bus stewardess checks in with the teller to see what is taking so long, at least she knows we're here and not to leave without us. Finally...we all ...

    Fried fish and plantains

    A travel blog entry by beckandbill on Jul 16, 2010

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... though and checked out some monkeys, spiders and these white ants that taste like carrot, very strange. After that we did a bit of snorkelling in some not so clear water, but we still managed to see some interesting fish down there, and some baby squid. Then more fried fish for lunch before heading back home.
    Beck and I had been very silly however and forgot to put sun screen on our backs and we got very sunburnt while snorkling. Very dumb.


    Pico Bonito

    A travel blog entry by jodirachael on Jun 29, 2010

    ... on a bike ride later with Cassandra and Maria because I had to keep off my foot. I was more upset because this meant I would not be able to do the rest of the adventure stuff we had planned and there is really nothing else in the area to do.

    The next morning I woke up still hurting and it was also pouring rain so we couldnīt do anything anyway except hope my ankle swelling would go down. After the rain stopped, we decided to go horseback riding since I could ...