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The Countdown Is On!

With only 17 days until the first large cruise ship – the Norwegian Jewel – arrives in Trujillo, we are getting everything ready to host the new guests aboard the ship. Banana Beach is offering day passes to all cruise … Continue reading

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Condo Furniture Shopping in Full Force!

We’ve escaped to the big city and are here in San Pedro Sula picking out furniture for our new condos under construction! We have found a few VERY nice looking pieces and are also having some beautiful wooden furniture custom-made. … Continue reading

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Always Striving For Excellence!

Our beachfront building and our garden side building are changing shape every day. Little by little we are making improvements around the property as well. Our bar at The Mystic, which was once lined with caña brava received a facelift. … Continue reading

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The Condos are Taking Shape!

Here at Banana Beach, we are keeping busy! We’ve had beautiful, sunny, breezy weather, which has been perfect for pushing ahead with construction. The walls of the first floor in building E are up, and we will be pouring the … Continue reading

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We Sold Our 3rd Condominium!

We are happy to announce that we sold our 3rd condominium! Our spacious three bedroom/three bathroom unit with a HUGE rooftop patio is now off the market. We do still have three one bedroom condos with awesome, private rooftop patios … Continue reading

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Going Under the Knife in Trujillo

When my boyfriend, Mark, told me he was going to have surgery to remove his hernia, I wasn’t too worried. After all, it is a very basic, routine operation these days, particularly in Honduras where manual labor in your job … Continue reading

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Celebrating 215 Years of Garifuna Presence in Honduras

Also known as Black Caribs, the Garifuna arrived in Honduras, more specifically the Bay Islands, in 1797, after a lengthy struggle and final revolt against the French and English. Although the Garifuna only make up 1% of the Honduran population, … Continue reading

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The Road Newly Traveled

Well, I’ve done it again. Continent hopping seems to be a hobby of mine – first a Latin Immersion program in Santiago, Chile, then studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain and now living and working in Santa Fe, Colon, Honduras. I … Continue reading

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