My ramblings about life here in Roatan - how I ended up here and how my days are filled with sand, sun, and scuba diving. [Hits: 68 - Added: 16-08-13]http://www.awalkontherun.wordpress.com
I blog about expat life on the Caribbean island of Roatan, where I work as a dive instructor after leaving the cubicle behind in Canada in August 2012. This... [Hits: 16 - Added: 27-10-13]http://www.cubiclethrowdown.com
Are you planning to move to Honduras? Do you need help with your immigration status, looking for an apartment/house, etc? I am glad to support....
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The best way to know another culture, country and its people is while volunteering. We are offering a lot of different volunteer opportunities. Honduras depends... [Hits: 17 - Added: 23-12-11]http://swhoorg.blogspot.com/
When the time came to wrap up my job here in Japan, I had three days to take a vacation. I wanted to go to either Hokkaido or Okinawa (two very different vacation spots – the first is the northe... read more
Posted on 28 September 2019 | 10:02 pm
A popular catch phrase I always hear tourists say in Honduras is "cloud forest". They've come to go "into the cloud forest". They're "cloud forest hunting". Many tours are run into this sort of unique... read more
Posted on 25 June 2015 | 11:59 am
SWHO.org - Freiwilligenarbeit / Volunteer in HONDURAS
Hey guys! If you’ve found this site, you’ve found an outdated version of my work. Head over to http://www.amandawalkins.com to learn more. To receive the latest updates by email, be sure t... read more
Posted on 22 June 2015 | 5:15 pm
AWalk on the Run
In my personal opinion the best way to explore a new country, its people, a new culture and a new language is while volunteering. As a tourist you never get the same opportunity to get in contact with... read more
Posted on 29 August 2012 | 1:56 am
Migration to Honduras
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