Lorena and I love to go to Honduras
and this time our destination was Utila
, a tiny tropical island in the Caribbean. It's not easy to get there but if you plan well, you can either land in Tegucigalpa or San Pedro Sula. From there on, if you can afford it, the best thing to do is to fly on one of those really tiny planes. Alternatively, you can drive to La Ceiba and from there take a ferry.
We chose to go to Utila instead of the more popular Roatan
because it is still not commercialized. There are no massive resorts, the beaches are deserted, and the prices are very low. We stayed at a place called the Jade Seahorse. It has some eclectic decor. As you can see the pictures above, the owner (and the artist) uses a lot of waste material to create art.
Labels: art, honduras, photos, utila, vacation