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What do people like (and dislike) about Honduras?

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When we asked expats and global nomads what they like and dislike about living in Honduras, they replied...

"Life on Roatan is quiet and peaceful. Every day chores do take longer when on island time, such as banking or going to the hardware store, but that slower pace of life is part of why we moved there! We had no trouble finding an affordable house, and we immediately met a great group of friends. There are ample opportunities to volunteer your services, but many expats do have businesses here as well. Roatan is surprisingly culturally diverse, and the people are very friendly. The diving and snorkeling is, of course, fantastic as well," wrote a member who made the move to Roatan, Honduras.

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"We live in an area close to a National Park within 10 minutes walking distance , a small town near by with most everything one would need in shopping and close to a fairly large city, with an international airport.. Groceries are inexpensive , buses and taxis are good value, buses run frequently, taxis are everywhere, just get a price before getting in. Our water is potable, we drink from the tap, Rivers are crystal clear with most of the water coming down from the mountain Pico Bonito 8200 ft elevation. people are very friendly and willing to help with just about anything. Huge Pineapple fields are close by and local markets are easy to get to. Fresh produce is easily obtained. Dislikes, There is lots of garbage along the roadways," explained one expat living in La Ceiba, Honduras.

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