Posts Tagged: la ceiba

Volunteer in Honduras: Work with Children in Need – Video

Those who opt to volunteer in Honduras will have a life-changing and soul-nourishing experience. There are many children in need and many placements that need volunteers. By participating in one of these programs, you will be doing a service to these incredible organizations and making a difference in these childrens’ lives. See the video after… Read more »

Spanish Study Abroad: The Dogs of Honduras

By Guest Blogger Liz L., Spanish study abroad participant blogging from La Ceiba, Honduras In every third world country I’ve visited, dogs have been a large part of life. Dogs guard houses, dogs offer companionship and sometimes, dogs even provide food. Honduras is no different – every house has at least one guard dog and… Read more »

Volunteer in Honduras: Hondurian Life

Absolutely everything is in Spanish (the teachers don’t speak English!) and the classes are very small, so I am learning incredibly fast.

Spanish in Honduras: Spanish Classes and Teachers

“I feel really lucky to have such a good group of teachers and friends here in La Ceiba. I´ve made more friends in just a few weeks than I normally would in a year.”

La Ceiba Spanish School: Going With the Flow

“I’ve had fresh-squeezed orange juice before, but never from oranges that were just picked, and it was amazing.”

Tips for La Ceiba

I hope this helps at least one person out there! :) You’ll love Honduras. Buen viaje!

Honduras, Here I Come!

We flew over clear blue rivers, lush green mountains, and little communities with only their street lamps on, and because the sun was setting, the sky was all shades of pink, purple, and orange. I will never forget that plane ride.

Getting into La Ceiba, Honduras

By Liz L., guest blogger studying Spanish in Honduras Well, I arrived. I´ve been here one week and I´m starting to get adjusted to things. For example, I´m starting to figure out the keyboard, which has buttons in different places. I still haven´t figured out how to make smiley faces, so my e-mails to my… Read more »