6 facts about Honduras that the news does not say

People are kind and helpful. If you ask for directions, they’ll point you the way. People smile a lot. Especially when you make eye contact. A bit strange coming from Sweden, where if you smile at people they think there is something wrong with you. Not everywhere is dangerous. It is only in certain areas, Read More

Eating the culture in. What is typical Honduran food?

Have you ever wondered what is typical Honduran food? Are you looking to visit? Are you wondering if there is a difference between the food cultures within Central America? If you continue reading, you will find there is a rich food culture that needs to be tried. The thing to realize is that typical Honduran Read More

Don Udos Hotel review – Copan Ruinas, Honduras [Not an ad]

I have mentioned before that I visited Honduras and I made a stop at the Mayan Ruins. We stayed in the nearby town called Copan Ruinas, which lies in a mountainous range and is about 10 minutes away from the ruins. We ended up staying at Hotel Don Udos, which was recommended by another family Read More

Medical Tourism. What is it?

In the basic sense, it is when people travel abroad to seek medical treatment. Typically to less-developed countries. These countries tend to offer similar services but at a lower cost. This is widely done in the U.S. particularly of recent immigrants who still have familial ties to the old country. Medical tourism can work in Read More

Iffley Village

The other day I was a little stressed from my dissertation and I followed my father’s advice and went cycling. I had heard that a few minute cycle ride from Donnington bridge is a quaint little village named Iffley Village. It is a small village just outside of Oxford and is quintessentially English. The Thames Read More

Stockholm Metro: The World’s Longest Art Gallery.

With 100 stops and 65.7 miles (105.7 kilometers) in length, and nearly all stations have been decorated by artists. Wonderful artists had been chosen to decorate the many stations since the Stockholm metro opened in the 1950’s and even today there are new stations opening. Not only do you get to enjoy an art gallery Read More