“This is where we get out and shuttle.” We were parked at the end of a dirt road up on a mountain, a short distance from La Tigra, on our way to have lunch at the house of a Honduran friend. As it turned out, our bus wasn’t going to be able to navigate the… Continue reading La generosidad
One of the unique experiences I had last week in Honduras was to go on a guided hike in the La Tigra national park just outside Tegucigalpa. It’s a cloud forest that supplies most of the city’s water, and is home to a large amount of wildlife. We didn’t see any jaguars (which I had… Continue reading En el Parque Nacional La Tigra
Surprise! Last Monday through Wednesday I traveled to Honduras for the fifth time. This trip was so different from my others, but very special in its own way. A couple months ago, a friend I have traveled to Honduras with several times let me know that a group of women (some I knew, some I… Continue reading Surprise!
After leaving Charleston, we stopped for one last day in Asheville. We had hoped to hike up the backside of Looking Glass Rock, but it’s a reputed steep and rocky slope, and there were storms in the forecast. Instead, we went back to Black Balsam Knob to hike across the balds. The hiking was easier,… Continue reading One Final Day in the Mountains