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[…]

The Mango Inn: The Place to Stay When Backpacking in Utila, Honduras

Utila in Honduras is a tropical paradise, a backpacker’s paradise and a breath of fresh air away from the smoky fumes of gigantic Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. To get to Utila, you need to head north to the Honduran Caribbean. There are two daily ferries from the port town of La Ceiba to Utila. Read more about The Mango Inn: The Place to Stay When Backpacking in Utila, Honduras[…]

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Backpacking in San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Braving the Most Dangerous City in the World

Do you believe the hype about San Pedro Sula in Honduras? You’d be a fool not to, the statistics speak for themselves. As far as backpacking in Honduras is concerned, San Pedro Sula is usually the city to avoid. Gang warfare rules supreme here. Year after year the murder statistics are huge, and except for massacres Read more about Backpacking in San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Braving the Most Dangerous City in the World[…]

Staying in the Coolest Guesthouse in Copan Ruinas, Honduras: La Casa De Cafe

Central America continues to impress me with its range of unique, tranquil and simply comfortable guesthouses and yes I’ve been mixing my vintage backpacking hostels (like El Hostal Antigua) with some decent upmarket places (like Hotel San Buenaventura) as quite frankly, it’s nice to be able to mix things up nowadays. Of course at heart Read more about Staying in the Coolest Guesthouse in Copan Ruinas, Honduras: La Casa De Cafe[…]

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