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svhsexcheerldr posted Roatan Expats! on the Honduras forum on December 08, 2014:
I am coming back to Roatan for yet another visit from Texas around Christmas. Hoping to find some expats to meet with regarding tips and info about living in Honduras. Please contact me asap if available or can provide help. Thanks! Anne-Michelle svhs.excheerldr@yahoo.com
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ira posted ex-pats sites on the Honduras forum on December 07, 2014:
What is an internet site for ex-pats to exchange info?
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beachlifecasting posted New Travel Channel Show! on the Honduras forum:
Now casting for a new Travel Channel series called LIFE'S A BEACH! Our travel doc show will be centered around interesting stories and people who have left the 9 to 5 grind and are now living the beach/island dream. If interested, please contact beachlifecasting@gmail.com.
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cmanner posted rental house on the Honduras forum:
considering coming to roatan for winters. wish to rent furnished home. any advice?
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Kpankow posted Honduras on the Honduras forum:
Does anyone who currently living in Honduras, know about traveling on Visas? Or what is the best visa to travel on for living in Honduras for 2 years? Would residency be better? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Kpankow posted Honduras on the Honduras forum:
Does anyone who currently living in Honduras, know about traveling on Visas? Or what is the best visa to travel on for living in Honduras for 2 years? Would residency be better? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I am a US citizen looking for a house sitting or inexpensive rental in the Sambo Creek area. I am writing a book so I require some quiet, but like the option of a little social scene. I have impeccable references in the US and Honduras
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superbag replied to the thread Recharging TIGO Internet stick from TIGO phone on the Honduras forum:
RoatanHomes initially posted:
Anyone know how to send money from TIGO phone to TIGO Internet stick?
superbag replied most recently with:
Off topic.I did this to my home,apartments and family homes.I used many WiFi routers the best is Tenga due to the thick concrete walls and metal over windows and doors.You know you can plug your Laptop Ethernet cable into a router the Internet port and depending on the router you will have free internet.Having wifi we never bought Tigo or Claro we set our phones to call using wifi turning off data.I also installed a Linksys VoIp cable router giving us more wifi and links via Bluetooth to our cell phones.
drummer replied most recently with:
dial #327# and follow the instructions. Then, once you receive the confirmation msg, try opening a new page which will generate the TIGO menu to purchase a subscription.
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superbag replied to the thread Swimming pools on the Honduras forum:
Fredkerby initially posted:
Can any one recommend a swimming pool contractor on Roatan?
superbag replied most recently with:
In San Padro Sula theres a company that builds pre made swimming pools.
Fredkerby replied most recently with:
Islandflavour if you could please pass along that phone number it would be very much appreciate Thank you
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honduraschris replied to the thread Help Needed on the Honduras forum:
frobert initially posted:
Can I be a Honduras resident (work permit) and live remotely? Occasional travel to Honduras but living in another country? Is that possible? Or am I required to live in Honduras permanently?
honduraschris replied most recently with:
I believe you can. How long will you be living outside Honduras per month/ year ?
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