My Honduras experience: In pictures

The Baleada: a Honduran specialty.

The Baleada: a Honduran specialty. Handmade flour tortilla, beans, and any number of topping–avocado, eggs, chorizo, chicken, veggies. I’d say I average 2 a day.

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Paddling Lago de Yajoa; though beautiful, this was a difficult task with two mismatched oars.

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Good, dark beer; D&D Brewery on Lago de Yajoa

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Entering Lago de Yojoa

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Seafood soup: in a Garifuna village near La Ceiba, Honduras

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Sign in a tienda, Utila, Honduras

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Me and my scuba partner, Will; in Utila

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Sunset at Alton’s Dive Shop

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No trip would be complete without some serious hammock time

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Christmas “parade” through Utila

Christmas morning hike up Pumpkin Hill

View from a Christmas morning hike up Pumpkin Hill

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Christmas potluck feast at the dive shop

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playing in the water at dusk; in Utila

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    • Yep was definitely thinking about and missing y’all … Though the nice thing about Christmas in the tropics is that it’s easy to forget its Christmas. Felt a bit like it never really came!

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