All posts by Honduras Today

In El Porvenir

The sea lies peacefully out front. It sits there calmly, wave after wave rolling gently over a vast expanse of tropical, light blue – or at times grey water. This itself populated by an outstanding abundance of creatures from the Barracuda to the Pelicans. Local fisherman every once and a … Read More      

A Crisis Of Masculinity

“Sí vos no pisas majé, sos marica! Así pensamos nosotros”. That’s how a friend once put it to me, here in Honduras. The translation is simple and indeed somewhat vulgar. “If you don’t f*** man, you’re a faggot. That’s how we think”. I’m British, I’ve lived in Honduras for over … Read More      

Tela, Caribbean Delight.

Tela sits, quite calmly, within a wide bay on the north coast of Honduras. Indeed a ‘troubled’ nation – yes, to offer more accuracy however it is one of extraordinary beauty. This ‘beauty’ can be seen in its mountains or it’s beaches yet in particular it’s people. The Honduran welcomes … Read More      

Honduras/Falklands to Share Experiences in Marine Coastal Resources Management

Honduras and UK South Atlantic British Overseas Territories, mainly Falkland Islands are to share scientific experiences and develop potential projects that could enhance the Central American country’s management of its marine coastal resources. With this purpose the Director of the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute (SAERI), Dr Paul Brickle, visited … Read More