Tag Archives: Honduras
Travel Photo of the Day (March 24)
What about the boys?
This week I was supposed to share a story from my trip to Guatemala. Then I remembered something that happened in Honduras. So back to Honduras we go. Each time we go on trips we have to find people to watch … Continue reading
You can’t hike in flip flops!
The last time I wrote about Honduras, I shared a story about hiking to The Unbelievable Falls and my fall. Today I would like to share a story about another hike along a loop trail in the Pico Bonito National Park. … Continue reading
But I’ll Fall Down
During our trip in Honduras, there was a waterfall we wanted to hike to. Unbelievable Falls is double drop waterfall that’s 100 feet high. In order to reach it, you have to enter the Pico Bonito National Park, one of Central … Continue reading
I’m going to be murdered in a rainforest
Last week I wrote about the start of our trip to Honduras. Before we even left Boston, it was an interesting trip. We had two flights. The connecting flight was in Miami. The plane from Boston was late, but the … Continue reading
The Joy of Blogging
Today is my two year blogging anniversary. I can’t believe it. When I started I didn’t know what to expect. I thought it would be more like an online journal for me to keep track of my challenge to visit 192 countries, … Continue reading
An Adventure before the Adventure
Sometimes our adventure starts before we even leave our hometown. In 2007 we headed to the airport in Boston. Our destination was Honduras. It was our first big trip outside of the US together and we were excited. Both of … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal
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Travel Photo of the Day (September 20)
If I don’t move, maybe they won’t notice me. I have always thought that lizards are adorable. Some of you may not agree, but look at his face.
Travel Photo of the Day (August 21)
While reading a book by the pool in Honduras I heard a noise behind me. I turned around and saw this creature. He seemed really curious about me. It took a few days, but I started to get used to … Continue reading