UTILA has become a world wide destination that has led to a flourishing economy for many thanks to Tourism. Besides its popularity as being one of the if not THE most popular places to become Certified as a Diving Instructor, along with Real Estate that is still to this day a steal by International Standards; there is a “Party” atmosphere that has the Island buzzing everyday!
The 17th of September is Teachers day in Honduras and it is celebrated throughout the entire country. All schools are closed and teachers enjoy a long break following the Independence Day parades and dance shows they worked do hard to produce over the past month. Honduras Teachers Day A Tribute to José Trinidad Reyes […]
Dreams sometimes come true! Meet the new “Utila Dream” ferry service from Utila to La Ceiba and La Ceiba to Utila daily! For way too many years the ferry service between Utila and La Ceiba and back to Utila has been”controlled” to put it lightly by the “Utila Princess”. Mind you Myself and countless thousands […]
September 10th is Day of the Child in Honduras. Known as (Dia de los Niños). Honduran children celebrate at home, school, with their friends and at parties held by many organizations. It is customary in Honduras for Teachers, Merchants and really adults as a whole to honor the kids special day throughout the country. On […]
Honduras vs Ecuador 2015 : Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, Video Highlights – Game Re-cap
July 14, 1969 Tensions heightened by a World Cup qualifying match which saw Central American neighbours Honduras and El Salvador go to war. The army of El Salvador went into action for the first time ever on this day in 1969, crossing the border to invade neighbouring Honduras and beginning the conflict now known as […]
Honduras vs Venezuela 2015 : Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, Video Highlights – Game Re-cap
Soccer is the heart and soul of Honduras, even in extremely “down” times, Hondurans will stop what they are doing and watch their team live on TV.
Ancient culture meets New World savvy in this popular tourist Mecca. The sound of marimba music rises up off of the cobblestone streets and mixes with the aroma of spiced meats and fresh tortillas being grilled on the street corners, and the voices of townspeople sharing the day in the town plaza. As locals would […]
Of all the places i have ever visited on backpacking trips, La Mosquitia is the the most remote I have ever been. And by a long way too. And that’s not to say i’ve spent most of my travels in cities partying my heart out. Trekking across the mountains in Peru to experience Machu Picchu, […]