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BORDER CROSSING: HONDURAS TO NICARAGUA

As I mentioned on a previous blog, I decided to leave Honduras immediately after the protest against President Juan Orlando Hernandez escalated. I planned to stay for at least a week there, but I was afraid that the situation will… Continue Reading…


CENTRAL AMERICA FOOD TRIP

If you ask someone if they know any food from Central America, I am sure their answer will be limited to tortillas, beans, and tacos. It is not surprising, as these dishes are often labeled as the representatives of Latin… Continue Reading…


HONDURAS TRAVEL BUDGET COST

Unfortunately, I only stayed for 2 days in Honduras due to the nationwide protest against President Juan Orlando Hernandez that happened the day I arrived. I initially budgeted more for my stay here, but in the end, I only spent… Continue Reading…


HONDURAS – WHEN THINGS DID NOT GO AS PLANNED

As I mentioned in my border crossing story posted recently, Honduras is plagued with a reputation of being one of the most dangerous countries in the world. Murder, poverty, gang wars, and violence are the way of life here, and… Continue Reading…


BORDER CROSSING: EL SALVADOR TO HONDURAS

Honduras is a country plagued with a bad reputation. Drug wars and poverty hounded this Central American country for decades, and it seems that there is no bright future on the horizon, as the country is still experiencing constant political… Continue Reading…