The New York Times recently published an article with the title of “Inside Gang Territory in Honduras”. While I must say that it adequately portrays the difficult life of Hondurans in neighborhoods where gangs reign, it does not reflect the everyday life of most people in Honduras.
If you are on the island on a Sunday, make sure you visit the Roatan Island Microbrewery. Not only will you enjoy some great beer, but it seems like that atmosphere here can be lots of fun! There are a couple of bars on the island that are serving some samples of this locally brewed beer.
The sad truth to this question is that many people do not even know that Honduras exists. But, there are several outstanding products that make Honduras famous. So what is Honduras famous for? Coffee, Bananas, Mayan Archaeological sites, Barrier reefs and Caribbean Islands, to name a few!
2019 starts with some great news from the Bay Islands. Roatan bans plastic bags and straws! This is the first municipality in Honduras that takes this critical step to protect the environment. Honduras has already been declared the country that has the best-preserved reefs in the Caribbean. The reefs around the Bay Islands are some […]
These days, everybody wants to check a travel advisory or warning before they start planning their trips. There are no safe countries or dangerous countries to travel to. More that ever before, relying on your “common sense” is vital! Many travelers forget to pack that common sense with them before leaving on a vacation. This can be a dangerous mistake!
Although Honduras has always been a great destination for birdwatching, it is still a relatively new activity. Honduras boasts magnificent nature and a unique geographical location. Because it is the heart of Central America, you can see more species of birds in Honduras than any other country in the region. Perhaps the one person that […]
Most countries have their own currency. There are many different reasons for the names and signs we use with currency. In the case of Honduras, our Honduran currency called Lempiras to honor a national hero. The abbreviation of our currency is L. English speaking Hondurans call it lemp or lemps for plural. You see it […]