History does justice to Honduras as the place where Cacao was first introduced to Europeans. Archaeological excavations give us reason to believe that Cacao was actually first known and processed in Honduras.
I am happy to report that there were tourists enjoying rafting trips on the Cangrejal River today. I also saw some travelers riding horses. The tourism activity went on as normal and the electoral process did not have any impact on their activities.
Are looking for things to do in Tegucigalpa? Consider a visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Suyapa. The Shrine consists of two different buildings. The huge, modern Basilica, and the small original church. People from all over Honduras make a pilgrimage here on the 3rd of February.
Did you know that the second largest Central America Convention Facilities are in Honduras? Yes, who would have thought so? I bet you thought I was going to say Costa Rica or Guatemala did you not?
There is a lot more to Utila than party and getting your divers course taken care of. Are you considering a visit to the island and are looking for the best place where to stay in Utila? I am happy to provide the following tips.
So you have probably asked yourself: Are there any ATM machines in Utila? The answer is yes! There are two different ATM machines in Utila. Both are close to each other. They are also close to the municipal dock.
You see, Marty, and his friend Ginsky spent a year in Utila. They had such a blast, they decided to share their experience by producing a video. The video, titled “If you come to Utila” was a grand success and went viral as soon as it was uploaded to UTube.
One dictionary refers to hospitality as “the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers”. As you can see, there is a difference between true hospitality versus hotel stays.
Are you looking for a great deal in a bed and breakfast in San Pedro Sula? I have a tip to share. The Hotel Guacamaya Inn is one of your best alternatives. It has a great location.
It is a fact that small rural restaurants in Honduras have a special taste to their food. Perhaps it is because they serve authentic organic meals. It could also be because the use of local herbs. Many are actually cooked with wood ovens or stoves, and may get their unique taste from that.