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Central America Tops and Flops thumbnail

This time last year, I was flying back to the USA after four months spent in one of my favorite pockets of planet earth: Central America. Over the course of five different trips, I’ve now been lucky enough to visit each of the seven countries making up this sub-continent — some of them multiple times! A… Read more

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What I Did: 2 nights in La Ceiba, 5 nights in Roatan, 7 nights in Utila Photo by Melanie Overall: Why Honduras? Cayman Airways flew to three international destinations (outside the US): Jamaica, Cuba, and Honduras. We weren’t all that interested in Jamaica so it was really down to two. We were really leaning towards Cuba but in… Read more

Goodbye Honduras, Hello (Kind Of) Real World thumbnail

Oh my goodness. Sunjam recovery is no joke and lasted more or less the entire day Sunday. There was one outing to find “American breakfast” which ended in obvious failure and something very close to tears. What can I say, pancakes seem to cure a hangover in a way rice and beans just can’t. This is… Read more

Bay Islands Bound: An Untraditional Arrangement in Roatan thumbnail

We had planned to stay another night in the jungle, but after the excitement of the day before we realized that we had gotten the best we could out of this location and decided to move on. After a morning of leisurely cliff jumping we piled in a cab and headed back to La Ceiba town… Read more

Jungle Adventures: Rafting, Ziplining, and Hiking Honduras thumbnail

As much as we love islands, we had come to The Jungle River Lodge to enjoy other things: mountains, rivers, and all the land based adventures we felt we were missing out on in Cayman. The Lodge sits along the Rio Canrejal, supposedly the best place in Central America to try white water rafting. I had… Read more

Honduras, Here We Come: A Rocky Start to A Rockin’ Country thumbnail

If I was the type of person who believed in omens (and I’m not entirely sure I’m not) I would have run screaming like a banshee back to the airport demanding a flight home after our first day in Honduras. It was that good. The bad luck started in the airport when, preoccupied with thoughts of… Read more

Honduras here we come

By the time you read this, Mark and I are going to be sitting on a plane sipping complimentary rum punch on the way to our next adventure. We’ve been planning it since before I got here for the summer and I can’t believe the day is finally here. Some people might consider it a luxury… Read more