For Jake’s prompt this week I’m sharing some photos I snapped in Honduras. On the way to the airport to catch a flight to Miami, we drove through this village. Unfortunately I don’t know the name. And out of laziness I’m using this post as the travel photo of the day. Have a great night!
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TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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I loved them all… it was nice and interesting… Thank you, with my love, nia
Thanks Nia…have a wonderful weekend 🙂
It works for me! By the way, what are the armed guards protecting? Is that a bank?
That was my impression…I could be wrong and my Spanish is quite limited to saying “please” and “thank you” and “one more beer please” I really need to work on my Spanish lessons starting later this summer when things settle down.
Love it, specially the pink house and pots in the front
I loved the character of this house.
Love the photos but don’t like the scary guns!! 🙂
Yeah I’m not a gun person either…I remember getting off the plane in Honduras and seeing all the guys with guns in the customs area. It was after midnight and we had a heck of a time making all of our flights, but when I saw the guns I was awake and alert. And extremely polite.
One of the sign in front of a house/store says: “Every client pays, even if you second to your mom”. It must happen often that clients don’t pay.
That is unfortunate that they have to post a sign like that…I would be afraid not to pay anywhere, especially if there were men with guns a few stores down the street.
In some country it is quite common not to respect rules.
It`s so fun to drop by anywhere to find some great photograph and discovery ,
Thanks for sharing this my friend 🙂
Thanks for giving us inspiration. It is always a kick to see how different bloggers interpret the weekly themes. I love seeing pictures from all over and knowing a little story about them.
I think this is great! I love all the random villages we pass through while traveling. Reminds me a lot of Guatemala. I’m hoping to make it to Honduras sometime soon.
I hope you do go to Honduras. It is such a beautiful country.
Your “laziness” provided some good shots. I love the second one 🙂
Sometimes being lazy has positive results. Thanks!
These are some amazing photo’s , you really have an eye for detail.
Thank you for such a nice compliment. Have a wonderful day!
The picture are lovely. It’s fun to see villages other than my in my own country
I love seeing how people live in different parts of the world. I learn so much from my travels. Thanks Novroz.
That last one with the pots…so cool
I liked that little place. Too bad I didn’t have time to visit it more.
Reminds me of the Mexican villages we haven’t visited in over a year. Need to get back there. Small towns in Mexico are probably Husband’s most favorite destination; we’ve balked at the recent uproar, but it might be time now.
I haven’t spent too much time in Mexico but I would love to go back some day and really explore the ruins and their history. And a few beach days would be nice. Have fun if you go!