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- For email Blogicito readers 5 years ago For some reason that I don't understand, my video in yesterday's article, How to Harvest Cinnamon, was not included in readers' emails though another referenced video was included. I'm going to try to include it again below:If you don't see the video (it's usually included near the bottom of the...
- How to harvest cinnamon 5 years ago Our lopsided cinnamon tree after pruning(It was more lopsided before) We have a big cinnamon tree that we planted about 9 years ago. It was about 12 inches tall (30 cm) and cost around a dollar when we planted it. Cinnamomom zeylanicum (Ceylon cinnamon or true cinnamon) is a beautiful shade tree...
- One of my favorite comment exchanges 5 years ago Someone just posted a comment on an old article about typical Honduran food and skimming through the comments, I ran across this old exchange that made me laugh (again).Anonymous Nina posted a comment, Saturday, November 5 2011, 1:01 PMthis isn't helping me at all!!!!! i Hate this website!!!!!!La...
- Extorting the lifeblood out of Honduras 5 years ago "For not wanting to give up his house"Photo: El Tiempo, HondurasExtortion is a massive problem in Honduras. It's sucking the life out of businesses, transportation providers, entrepreneurs, neighborhoods, even schools and churches. Yes, even schools and churches in some areas have to pay...
- Passionfruit (Maracuyá) 5 years ago Passiflora edulis – Passionfruit vineThat is my passionfruit vine. Here's another photo of it growing around a banana plant.Click any of the photos to view largerHere the vine is continuing its journey over some other plants.And here climbing over my macadamia nut tree.Here is another vine...
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02:04 AM April 14, 2013
I have been reading your blog,off and on for years. Could you tell me how much money i would need to live, not so good not so bad in La Ceiba. I would not have to pay rent since i will live with my family in B. La Isla. I am 73 years old and get US Social Security. To get residency does Honduras have special favorable requirements fo me because my daughter is a Honduran citizen with US Green Card. I hope to hear from you. Thank you very much Marq
18:11 PM June 20, 2013
Marq, I'm so sorry that I didn't see your message before. I think this is not a place for conversing! Please join our Honduras Living discussion group to ask your questions. You can find it here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/honduras_living/
22:34 PM August 16, 2013
Hola Gringa! I love your honesty and coverage of major issues here in Honduras. Keep having those difficult discussions, it can only help improve the situation here to have more citizens and residents involved in those debates! AWalk on the Run
19:25 PM April 10, 2019
Hi Gringa, don't know if you remember me, but we have spoken before. I used to live over in Santo Tomas de Castilla in Guatemala, and would visit Ceiba and different places. Anyway fast forward to now and I'm retiring this june from teaching. I intend to try living in some different places to see what might be a good fit. I'll get about 1600 dollars a month, do you think I can live decently around Ceiba or its environs on that. I know it's more than many Catrachos make, but I have to ask an American expat. I am alone, can live fairly humbly, a small apartment with kitchenette is fine, thanks, I just wanted to run this by you, Pete