Into Honduras

Trip Start Feb 11, 2009
Trip End Ongoing

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Hotel Tela

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Monday, February 23, 2009

After staying in Livingston for a night. Henry and I decided to move on out over to Honduras. The border crossing was fairly simple, I was expecting to see chaos and lines of people. Our experience was very different, no one was in line for immigration. We just walked up paid $5.00 and got our entrance stamp in Honduras. I'm sure this experience will be fairly different when doing border crossings in the future.
Crossing the border we decided on staying in Tela, a coastal town situated on the Caribbean side. We planned on hanging out on the beach for the next two days before Henry had to fly back to the states. Unfortunately both days that we were their it rained. Not much happened here, we settled in a Hostel that had no Internet or tv and since it rained everyday we were stuck inside (thank god for books to keep us from boredom). After two days Henry and I parted ways he flew back from San Pedro Sula where I continued on to La Ceiba, a jump off point to the Bay Islands.
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Sonay on

Tela is great. The tours to Punta Sal or Punta Izopo are awsome.
I did both with garifuna tours because they have bilingual guides.
Fried fish, plantain, rice and beans...I love it.

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