Whenever I happen to be elsewhere in Central America, such as in neighboring Guatemala and Nicaragua and other tourists realize that I live in Honduras, I am always subjected to the same question: Should I skip Honduras or not? I admit that I am biased as far as Honduras is concerned. I have lived here […]
Over the years, it has been rumored in Honduras that the Rosenthal family was involved in money laundering. Some of the most vociferous leaders of the Honduran political left wing parties have publicly questioned the double morals of the United States when Mr. Jaime Rosenthal regularly appeared as a guest of honor at the yearly […]
Wondering what life in Honduras is all about? As I sit in my lovely porch, overlooking the Cangrejal River Valley and Pico Bonito National Park, I cannot help but think about how the reality and the image that has been portrayed about Honduras are two opposite worlds. Sure, there are many Hondurans that live a […]
Are you considering a trip to La Ceiba but want to know the truth about La Ceiba before you go ahead and plan your trip? Over the years, la Ceiba has matured as a destination. Years ago, La Ceiba was a destination where night life was very varied and active, and finding several different bars […]
Nestled between Pico Bonito and Nombre de Dios National Parks, the Cangrejal River Valley offers the perfect setting for an outstanding active adventure or eco tourism experience. The Cangrejal River is located within Destination Atlantida, and flows into the coastal city of La Ceiba, on the Caribbean Coast of Honduras. Getting to the Cangrejal River […]
A few days ago I shared the first impressions of my trip from Roatan to mainland Honduras. As you can remember, I was blown away by the beauty of the Cangrejal River area and just how easy it was to actually get there from Roatan. So today, as I sip a nice glass of red […]
Curiosity got the best of me! Certainly I was thoroughly enjoying the beautiful white sand beaches of Roatan. The cool eastern breeze, the flow of ice cold “salvavidas” and beautiful sunsets were doing their thing also. But, that beautiful skyline in the horizon, showing towering mountains that would cut through the clouds as they reached […]
Juan Orlando Hernandez. It is widely believed that if Hernandez reaches the presidency of Honduras, he will become a dictator and stay in power for a long time.
I wasn’t worried when President Mel Zelaya was forcibly removed from office in 2009. I wasn’t worried when they installed interim President Roberto Micheletti to run Honduras. I still wasn’t worried when tens of thousands took to the streets to protest for democracy and against a dictatorship. I was a little worried for the people […]
With less than three weeks left before the elections, the results are still quite unclear for the Honduras presidential candidates; however, there are some tendencies that might be enough to draw conclusions.