Honduras Travel Articles

 
Hammocks, E-Coli, and Liquados #4: Hitch Hiking 101 – Talanga, Honduras
It's not as easy as throwing your thumb in the air and kissing public buses goodbye. There is definitely skill involved, as Kelli found out on the way to Guaimaca.
Hammocks, E-Coli, and Liquados #1: Introduction
Kelli knew she needed to be somewhere else in the world besides the monotony and mediocrity of her college town in Utah. Two weeks later she showed up at the airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Dead Pirates and Frozen Fish (2 of 2)
Battling a fever in Honduras, Christine Michaud us
Dead Pirates and Frozen Fish (1 of 2)
Battling a fever in Honduras, Christine Michaud us
Copán Ruins, Honduras
Sculpture at the Acropolis The kings of Copán in northern Honduras make the House of Windsor seem very boring and commonplace – what exotic names they have: King Waterlily Jaguar, Moon Jaguar and Smoke Imix (Jaguar), the wise and powerful king who built Copán into a military stronghold around 690 AD. Smoke Shell, the 15th […]
Gulf of Honduras
Gulf of Honduras Macaw Parrot Mérida in the Yucatán, Mexico, early morning. I farewelled my travel companion Chrissy who was flying back to Australia. Next I boarded a bus going south to Chetumal on the border with Belize. I had allowed a month to get to Panama City where I would catch my plane to Jo’burg, South Africa. […]