Welcome to the coffee harvesting season in Honduras! Each year, between the months of October and February, there is a flurry of activity in the coffee farms. Just about everybody participates in some way on making sure the harvesting and processing of coffee takes place.
Cassava AKA casabe is Garifuna delicacy that you can get used to! Cassava or Casabe is made from “yucca” a root that is like the potato. The Garifuna food relies on Cassava, or “Yuca” like they call in Spanish. This is an important ingredient that goes with most traditional seafood dishes that are part of their gastronomy.
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.
Bold colors, great blown up photos of La Ceiba and surroundings and the aroma of coffee will welcome you to this gourmet Honduran coffee shop. This is the perfect place to come in for a great cup of coffee, take advantage of the free wifi for clients.
If the Honduras Elections 2017 will take place until November, why is there so much political activity in March? The answer is pretty straight forward! Three of the larger political parties are having their primary elections.
Plaza Café, one of the leading, upscale, gourmet coffee shops in Honduras has opened its doors in La Ceiba. Plaza Café now has locations in three different cities. Gracias Lempira, Santa Rosa de Copan and La Ceiba!
The prestigious Copan Tourism Awards 2016 edition took place last night in Tegucigalpa. The Gala dinner was at the Honduras Maya Hotel.The award is co sponsored by the Honduran Institute of Tourism (IHT) and the National Chamber of Tourism (Canaturh).
Twenty-three years ago, I executed my own escape and moved further south. I have been a resident in Honduras since 1993!
A visit to Santa Rosa de Copan without having at least one Copan Dry soft drink is never complete. You can also find Copan Dry in many of the restaurants in Copan Ruinas.
he area is home to some of the best coffee producing land in Central America. Sitting at altitudes between four and five thousand feet above sea level, the climate is ideal for coffee.