Stories about Honduras from March, 2009
“It seems far-fetched to think that the summit’s news coverage would be dominated by the one country in the region that is absent from the event” – but The Cuban Triangle thinks that “two factors – a no-news summit agenda, and a vocal regional consensus calling on President Obama to...
Can family gardens help reduce hunger and improve health in Honduras? La Gringa's Blogicito hopes that families consider the option.
Norman summarizes the Linux Tour in San Pedro Sula, Honduras [es]. A team of open-source software users are traveling around Central America to provide workshops and lectures on the possible uses of this type of software.
Ardegas of Born in Honduras provides his personal overview of his “controversial” president, Manuel Zelaya.
Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve [es] catches a speech by Honduran President Mel Zelaya who said he would like a referendum to modify the Constitution allowing him to remain in power. However, he writes that chances are slim that it would pass.
Born in Honduras is a new bridge blog written from the capital city of Tegucigalpa by Ardegas, who describes his blog as “commentaries about things Honduran in a dialogue with the American culture.”
Janpedrano takes readers on a tour of the town of La Lima, located in the southern part of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The childhood memories of frequent trips to this “green gold capital” [es] include witnessing the damage caused by Hurricane Mitch in the area.
The Rio Plátano Biosphere in Honduras recently moved onto the next round of the 7 Wonders of Nature voting in Category E for forests, natural parks and reserves [es] writes Hugo Chinchilla.