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El Porvenir.

Initially called the village of Juan López, the area is now known as the municipality of El Porvenir. The word Porvenir could be translated into English as perhaps a ‘beneficial…

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Mount Celaque.

It is a nation teeming in natural beauty. Inland Honduras, is predominantly mountainous or covered in on-going hill terrain. These heavily forested mountains stretch up into the clouds, whereupon one…

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El Progreso.

It is a city, famed not for its beauty. Many, will say that El Progreso (the fourth largest city in Honduras), is ‘ugly’, ‘chaotic’ and a complete ‘mess’. Un solo…

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Sambo Creek.

Sambo Creek, a warm, inviting and entirely traditional Garifuna settlement placed about 15 kilometres (9 miles) east of the large, steamy city of La Ceiba – is a gorgeous Caribbean hideaway. Holding their annual…

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Pico Bonito.

I came across these old photos and instantly thought they might fit well on the blog; given that they perfectly exhibit the natural beauty of Honduras. These were taken whilst we (a…

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