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How to preserve Bananas and Plantains Longer

How to preserve Bananas and Plantains Longer

How to keep bananas and plantains longer. If you wrap the top of bananas or plantains with ”sealed plastic film” you will get them to last 3 to 5 days more than normal. It is also… good to know that bananas are the fruit with more ethylene gas than others; …

Honduras Food

Honduras Food

Honduras has many tasty traditional meals to choose from; however, the country is well known …

Independence Day in Honduras

The clock struck six in the morning and the cannons began to fire off a salvo stirring the…

Requirements for Traveling to Honduras with a Pet

Arrange to have your vet produce a Health Certificate, including a current vaccine record. When traveling to Honduras…

Xbalanque Resort in Roatan Honduras impressive

The Xbalanque is a spectacular boutique hotel right on the beach in Roatán, Honduras. Snorkeling and scuba diving…

Roatan Travel Guide and – Tips

Roatan Travel Guide and – TipsOff the northern coast of mainland Honduras is a skinny, 32-mile-long island called Roatán. This Central American paradise has been a hot spot for divers for several years. But you don’t have to be a diver to fall in love with the place. Sitting 35 miles out in the Caribbean Sea, Roatán is surrounded by […]…

The Yorktown Cruise Ship first in Port at Trujillo Honduras Banana Coast

The Yorktown Cruise Ship first in Port at Trujillo Honduras Banana Coast

Trujillo, Colón, Honduras The Cruiser Yorktown docked on Monday 10 February 2014 at 5:30 in the morning in the Bay of Trujillo, bringing 56 passengers and 44 crew members, who got to…

Honduras is a Paradise for Birdwatchers

Honduras is a Paradise for Birdwatchers

LA CEIBA, Honduras – Pico Bonito National Park and its chain of mountains have become ideal for birdwatching in northern Honduras. Reaching a height of 2,435 meters above sea level…

Rastrajon – Copan Ruinas – Honduras

Rastrajon – Copan Ruinas – Honduras

COPÁN, Honduras — On a steamy afternoon in late August, a blue helicopter flashed over Copán, Honduras, carrying the country’s vice president to the official opening of an archaeological site, the product of a collaborative effort to protect the area’s treasured Maya heritage. The site, Rastrojón, sits atop a hill at the eastern edge of […]

Indura Beach Golf Resort  Tela Honduras

Indura Beach Golf Resort Tela Honduras

The New York Post Recognizes Indura as One of the “Hottest Hotels of 2014″ to Open in Central America January 28, 2014 – Opening March 8 on the spectacular stretch of Tela Bay on the Caribbean coast of Central America, Indura Beach & Golf Resort has already achieved recognition as one of the “Hottest Hotels […]

Bio P-Arque “Paradise” – Lake Yojoa Honduras

Bio P-Arque “Paradise” – Lake Yojoa Honduras

The Bio-P-Arque “Paradise” Coffee Plantation and a Paradise of Flowers is located on a 78 acre property of environmental and archaeological value. With natural springs and beautiful hiking trails located near the mountains of Santa Barbara. On the property you will find mounds and ball courts that belonged to the ancient “Lenca” Civilization (years 1,550 BC/ 900 […]

Catrachos

Native Hondurans are called “Catrachos”.  The term Catracho comes from the mid-19th century when Honduran General Florencio Xatruch returned from battle with his soldiers after defeating American William Walker, whose purpose was to conquer Central America. When the soldiers returned, Nicaraguans yelled out ¡Vienen los Xatruches!, which meant, “Here come Xatruch’s boys!” Nicaraguans had a […]

Honduras’ Copan Ruinas: A Weekend Getaway

Honduras’ Copan Ruinas: A Weekend Getaway

Copan Ruinas is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Honduras.  It is known for its famous Mayan ruins, quaint town with cobblestone streets, and a living history of the Mayan culture.  One could spend a week here exploring the surroundings, visiting the ruins,countryside, and town center.  There are butterfly farms, hot springs, and […]

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