Trip to Honduras
The political situation seems stabilized, however we did not visit Tegucigalpa the capital where I hear it was the worst. It is my understanding that Zelaya is hiding out in the Brazilian embassy and will be taken promptly to prison if he tries to leave. It's an intriguing story. I think safety would depend largely on where you travel and using common sense. I felt safe in the hotels, but I would not have felt comfortable, say, jogging on my own to choruses of "gringa"! jaja I was surprised at how modern it was in San Pedro Sula and in La Ceiba, even though obviously they do not have the infastructure, waste water departments, and plumbing I've grown accustomed to in the US. You still can't flush the toilet paper, even in the Pizza Hut. The lichas are ripe though, and I would love to go back when I could make some time for hiking along waterfalls in those gorgeous mountains!
Trying to add a link to the video-flips in La Ceiba
Wonderful pictures. Question, how did you perceived the political situation at Honduras? I've been postponing a trip to Honduras since last november due to the same.
Thanks for sharing that with us. It's doubly good: You had a great experience AND a number of other people were blessed by what you did.
Good on ya!
This is great - tell us more !!
Wow, thanks for posting the pictures; I can't wait to see more, because I am very interested in seeing different countries. Those trees look so lush and green in the background.