If you do visit or stay downtown, you will need to find a place to eat. You will find a variety of downtown restaurants in San Pedro Sula. These of course include all the franchises, such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s etc. However, if interested in a local experience, here are my recommendations for you.
I must confess, I am not a seafood eater. I am not adventuresome when it comes to food. But this past week while in Trujillo I visited a beachfront restaurant on the bay, I could not help myself from noticing that the menu offered a surf and turf burger! I was at the Nautico restaurant […]
Did you know that there was a Bay Islands flag? If you answer is no, do not worry, I did not know either! This week I was in Utila and stopped by the Buccaneer bar and grill for lunch before taking the Utila Dream ferry back to La Ceiba. There were several new items in the décor, and one stuck out. A Union Jack flag with a weird coat of arms in the middle of it.
I had a pleasant surprise when I came to visit the new Café San Rafael. In addition to the outstanding coffee and awesome artisan cheeses that you can find there, I found that they are also a wine bar in Copan Ruinas!
“whether the weather is cold, or whether the weather is hot, you have to weather the weather, whether you like it or not”. One thing was obvious for this Feriado Morazanico 2018 in Honduras: the weather was rainy!
I have always loved the Portal del Angel, which is the first and original Boutique Hotel in Tegucigalpa. But despite my liking of the property, I had never stayed there. Tegucigalpa can be a chaotic city, so finding a unique place to relax and get away from the rat race is always a goal.
Because of miss conceptions about safety in Honduras, many of the more conservative flashpackers traveling through Central America traditionally skipped Honduras. However, there are now even more serious concerns about Nicaragua.
I was pleasantly surprised when I walked into “Entre Tazas y Copas” in La Ceiba last week. I was looking for a quiet place where I could catch up with an old friend while we enjoyed a drink. It turns out that this pleasant place is actually a wine bar in La Ceiba! Certainly a great addition to the La Ceiba bars options.
Promodias is a Honduran company based in San Pedro Sula that works hard to create a travel community throughout Honduras. They promote the following destinations in Honduras: Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, Lake Yojoa, Copan Ruinas, Tela, La Ceiba and the Bay Islands of Utila and Roatan.
Gracias a Dios hemos salido de estas honduras! (Thank God we have left these depths!). Without knowing it, Columbus had just given this land its name: Honduras!