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My Choluteca

Friday, February 23rd, 2007

Choluteca is a city in Honduras.  Now you know at least one city in Honduras.  How many of you know what the capitol of Honduras is?  I’ll give you even more points if you know how to pronounce it correctly, because it is a mouthful.  Tegucigalpa.  We never made it to the capitol, but the two days we have spent here in Choluteca just leave me wanting more of Honduras.  [read on]

Cleansing In Honduras

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007

After leaving Alajuela we spent two more nights at Playa Hermosa, where we had already been 3 other times.  This has been one of our favorite spots on our entire trip and it seemed like a nice way to end our time in Costa Rica

The next day we headed for Nicaragua[read on]

More Pictures

Friday, December 15th, 2006

We’ve put some recent pictures up on our flickr site. Click here to go straight to the site. Or you can use the URL

We uploaded some pictures of Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

Nicaragua to Costa Rica

Saturday, November 25th, 2006

We arrived in Granada with our friend Cy and spent two nights there. Granada is probably the most beautiful town in Nicaragua. It is an old colonial town with buildings painted in bright colors. There was a lively market and ... [Continue reading this entry]

10 Hours and 1650 meters (over 5000 feet)

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

Sorry I can’t write a whole lot, but our friend Cy and I just returned from climbing the Conception volcano on Ometepe island in Nicaragua. I won’t be able to move for the ... [Continue reading this entry]

Driving In Managua

Friday, November 17th, 2006
The day after our border crossings we decided to continue on to Leon.  We had heard that it is one of the prettiest towns in Nicaragua and ended up being completely disappointed.  To top it off we were ... [Continue reading this entry]

The Other Side of the Border

Thursday, November 16th, 2006
We had several blog entries so far describing how complicating and stressful it can be to cross borders in Central America. I don’t even know why we feel that they are so stressful, because technically, other than getting ... [Continue reading this entry]

2 Border Crossings in One Day

Wednesday, November 15th, 2006
As you might guess by the title of this blog entry this was one of the most stressful days we have had so far.  We left Suchitoto, El Salvador and headed towards the Honduras border.  The drive was ... [Continue reading this entry]