Starting life in a new country.
I visited Coyolito about a year and a half ago. I would like to tell the story of how that came to be.
I met my fiance 4 years ago here in Oklahoma City, OK. United States. I am an american woman. We feel in love and well as luck has it he is an ilegal here in this country. He has been deported back to Coyolito 3 times and is now in Haskell Tx, awai...
Santa Rosa is a tiny town. At the bus station, taxis were waiting to take us to our hotel. There are no tuk tuks here because the city is hilly.
It is Sunday. We learned fast that everything is closed. We were told that Sunday is a day for family and God. Yes they go to church here and it is evident with all the churches everywhere. We...
Ruinas de Copan
About eight million people live in this country west of Guatemala and north and east of Nicaragua and El Salvador. An important part of Honduras; history was the presence of Mayan around the city of Copan near the Guatemalan border. The ruins have many carved inscriptions. Their currency is called lempiras. Its exchange rate is 18 to 1 US$. ...
last days in honduras
long time no hear ;) Finally I managed to get some time to continue my travel journal. What happend:
After being in Antigua (lovely city) for 2 days and climbed the Pacaya volcano incl. roasting marshmallows over an natural hot oven we wanted to escape the highlands with its chilly nights and so we went to Monterrico at the Pacific Coas...