This week we have some great news! The Copan Archaeological site reopens! It will be open only from Thursdays to Sundays. I expect that this will soon become a daily event once again. The downside is that the museums and archaeological tunnels will not open for the time being.
This massive fortress was built during colonial times to defend the Spanish commercial fleet in the Gulf of Honduras. King Ferdinand VI of Spain gave instructions to build the fortress. Construction took place between 1768 and 1775. This is without doubt the most important colonial military building in Central America and is in very good condition
The Buccaneer Inn is built in the perfect spot and has the perfect feel to it. It gives the community of French Harbour character and is the pride of the town. It has been reinvented and is now home to Roatan’s newest swim club. It is also home to a lovely small museum that features the history of the Bay Islands of Honduras. Enjoy at cup of coffee at the Walala Café, or your favorite beer at the Beer Bar.
There is a great Honduras Museum on line that you can visit anytime! Yes, Banco Atlantida, the oldest Bank in Honduras now has a virtual Museum available on line! This means that you can get a glimpse at the history of Honduras from the comfort of your home. Banco Atlantida is the oldest Bank in […]
Every town has its history, and they should try to preserve it as an important part of their heritage. The north coast of Honduras is quite young, and its history is somewhat short, compared to other areas in Central America. The new museum in Tela seeks to tell the story of Tela as a mayor railroad hub in Honduras.