Honduras Ready to Face Off USA in Chicago

The Honduran national soccer team has arrived in Chicago and is making their final preparations to face off against the United States in this World Cup Qualifier match. Honduras will face off an angry and thirsty for revenge USA team that lost in Costa Rica 3-1 on Wednesday. The game will be held in Soldier […]
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OEA Summit Opens in Honduras

The OEA Summit which is being held in San Pedro Sula, Honduras began with a speech by its current president José Miguel Insulza. A seven point agenda is being suggested that excludes talks regarding the return of CUBA into the organization. The points to be discussed include economic crisis, energy, immigration, security and democratic governship […]
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Heavy Damages After 7.3 Honduras Earthquake

During the first hours of Thursday morning and just a  few hours after the strongest earthquake in history to affect Honduras, reports began flowing stating that there was little damage and that it was a miracle that the country was not greatly affected. After 3 days have passed it has become evident that those assumptions […]
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New Tourism Office to Open in Tegucigalpa

A new tourism office will open April 3rd in Tegucigalpa. The office will be located in Tegucigalpa’s Central Park Plaza. This office will offer guide services, maps of Tegucigalpa’s historic center as well as other travel related information. The office will promote cultural activities that might be taking place during the days travelers are visiting Tegucigalpa. […]
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$800 Million expected during Easter Vacation

Honduras tourism is expected to generate $800 during the 2009 Easter vacation. Holy Week is a popular time for Central Americans to vacation and many make Honduras their destination. Also most Hondurans travel inside the country. Some of the popular vacation spots are Tela, Bay Islands, San Pedro Sula, Trujillo, Copan, Choluteca and Tegucigalpa. Most […]
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Hotel Villas Telamar Increases Capacity

Hotel Villas Telamar inaugurated a new wing of buildings on their resort located in Tela, Honduras. The hotel increased its capacity with 96 new rooms. Hotel Villas Telamar offers their guest a relaxing family atmosphere and offers their guests many activities to make their stays at the resort enjoyable. The resort offers two large pools […]
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Corruption Running Rampant in Honduras Under Mel Zelaya

Honduras has always been catalogued as a country affected by corruption, but during the past 3 years of president Manuel Zelaya in office, the corruption levels have exponentially increased. It is not uncommon to open the daily newspapers and read about five or six new cases of corruption each day committed by public servants that […]
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$80 million in Tilapia Exports Expected in 2009

Exports of Tilapia to Europe will begin in June. The first shipments will be sent by air to a Spanish company involved in seafood distribution. These exports are in addition to those already being sent to the US market. Both markets combined should generate more than $80 million in 2009. Exports of Tilapia have risen steadily. $40 […]
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