Telamar Beach Resort, a First in Honduras

The story behind the Telamar Beach Resort is quite interesting and unique! Back in the heyday of the Banana Days in Honduras, the Tela Railroad Company had its headquarters in Tela. From there, their railroad covered most of the Sula Valley. It went as far south as Santa Rita de Yoro and Potrerillos in Cortes. Of course, it also interconnected …

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Indura is the Garifuna Word for Honduras

UNESCO has declared the Garifuna culture and language as World Heritage intangible asset. The Garifuna language has linguistic influences from many different languages, including Spanish. When the Garifunas arrived at the Caribbean Coast of Honduras in 1797 and established themselves here they called their new home “Indura”. Basically, they took the name Honduras, where the H is silent in Spanish, …

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