Tag Archive: Honduras

The Reef Rider

One of the many island restaurants in Utila, Honduras. Advertisements

Caring for kids

We went to the ranch to check on Lamkins and he is doing great. As I stood watching him in the pen with his mama and brother, I heard bleatings from another pen.… Continue reading

Back road scenery in Central America

Traveling on the back roads of Central America, particularly in Honduras and Guatemala, you often see horses tied to a fence post on the highway side of the fence. It seems unusual to… Continue reading

Copán Ruinas cowboy

As I have traveled in Central America, I observed a few scenes where certain stereotypes I’ve had were shattered, such as poverty and technology (cell phones). Honduras and Guatemala have extreme poverty, but… Continue reading

No coincidences

On our way traveling to Copán Ruinas, Honduras on Hedman Alas, we met Julie and her two boys, Dillon and Luca. They are from Michigan and had been traveling for a month throughout… Continue reading

Little Lolita

Finally today, after being here for 9 months, I stopped little Lolita and asked to take a picture of her. She laughed and kept saying in her broken English, “I ugly”. I quickly interrupted her… Continue reading

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    I'm a writer, deep thinker and on a quest to BE PRESENT and BE LOVE. I'm an ex-churchgoer. I've lived in 27 different places in my life. I was once an island dweller and I've been a pioneer in a handful of start-up organizations in the USA, Switzerland, and Honduras. Oh and I should add that I am a recovering people-pleaser. I hope to bring humor and thought-provoking ideas to my readers.
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