I can answer questions about the culture, travel, business, food, people, language, etc. I lived in Honduras as a Peace Corps volunteer. My wife is also a Honduran.
I lived in Choluteca which is in the Southern portion of the country. And I have traveled extensively throughout the country.
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Bonnie, This is really outside my expertise. All I can offer is a few things to think about. Insurance: - You will need Mexican auto insurance to drive your truck in Mexico. - You will need US
Diana, Here are some slang words for money that are used in Honduras: Plata Lana Pesos Pisto Billete B˙falo - 50 cents Daime - 20 cents Lempira - not really slang. This is the name of the
Wayne, Congratulations! It would be risky to drive there. Many of the roads are in poor condition and unsafe. There is a high risk that you would be robbed along the way too. You would not want
Keith, While Hondurans typically don't have a lot of disposable income, they do have a fascination with cars. Cars are often one of their greatest prides and joy. I actually think that you will be
Carter, I don't know how much cash you could technically carry into Honduras or if you would be charged a fee. My guess is that they don't have any rules or fees. Let me say this though -- DO NOT