Backpacking in Honduras: Top Ten Touring Tegucigalpa, the Topsy Turvy Capital City

Time for a load of “T”s. Tegucigalpa doesn’t typically attract tons of tourists. There’s no hostel, there ain’t no backpacker scene and there are no major landmarks to lure casual travellers in. Undoubtedly it was those three things that spurred me on to visit Tegucigalpa and discover what this place is all about. Similarly to Montenegro’s Read more about Backpacking in Honduras: Top Ten Touring Tegucigalpa, the Topsy Turvy Capital City[…]

World Borders: How to Get From Honduras to Nicaragua (Tegucigalpa to Leon)

Almost everyone you meet will travel through Central America overland and we did the same. We started off in Mexico City and crossed every border overland (except for the Belize to Honduras which was by boat). After exploring Tegucigalpa and staying in the Hotel Linda Vista, I decided to head straight for Nicaragua – I Read more about World Borders: How to Get From Honduras to Nicaragua (Tegucigalpa to Leon)[…]

Hotel with a View: Staying at Hotel Linda Vista in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

For some reason, the Honduran capital city of Tegucigalpa doesn’t rank highly with backpackers. Most of whom, pass through its elevated streets faster than Ben Johnson on speed. I saw past all Tegucigalpa’s lack of tourism and found a great base for the night deciding to explore the charm of yet another striking yet untouristy Read more about Hotel with a View: Staying at Hotel Linda Vista in Tegucigalpa, Honduras[…]

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