American Style: Hotel in Town

Posted on: August 5th, 2014 by

American Style Hotel in TownFamily and friends are always welcome to come and stay with us in our home. In fact it’s an honor. However, we take no offense if they want to stay in an American style hotel in town with some of the comforts. I always have my look out for hotels and what they have to offer. Having air conditioning & a pool are major bonuses! At our house there’s no [Read the full story …]

Glamour Salon and Spa: A Very Special Place

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by

GlamourI am asked all the time if there are places in Honduras to get your nails done. The answer is YES! Today’s post is all about a salon that can do it all. Glamour is where I will be going for my nails and so much more!

Glamour Salon and Spa is a tucked away gem here in our town. I had heard there was a very special place to get beautified but never checked it out – until now. On my journey, getting to [Read the full story …]

Kids Corner: A Blast From The Past

Posted on: May 27th, 2014 by
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The Girls 2007I have a few pictures that are a blast from the past! I ran across them this week and thought they would be great to share for Kids Corner. I can’t believe how much my daughters have grown since these snap shots.

Kids in the park always make for great memories! I remember very well taking [Read the full story …]

TrabajArt: Perfect Creations

Posted on: May 25th, 2014 by
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Karla @ TrabajArtIt has been such a great experience walking around our town asking local businesses for interviews. When I decided to write on this theme I knew I wanted to take the time to interview at TrabajArt. It is an honor that the owner said yes!

TrabajArt is located right next to Zona Digital (check out the post). [Read the full story …]

Julio Verne: One Stop Shop

Posted on: May 22nd, 2014 by
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Don HugoDo you need school supplies for the kids? Maybe some office goodies? At least twice a week each of my daughters ask for supplies used for a project or homework. I usually have to get more tape, scissors, and dry erase markers for myself because my girls use them or loose them.

Where to go to get project supplies and such? All I have to do is head to the center of town and walk into Julio Verne. I am never at a loss for the supplies I need. This Librería [Read the full story …]

Kids Corner: Group Projects For School

Posted on: May 19th, 2014 by

Vintage ClassroomGroup projects for school can be both fun & frustrating. They usually involve many different ideas. In the end, through the tornado, your child sees the results of team work (hopefully). Plus you get some great pictures.

My two older daughters both had projects [Read the full story …]

What Is Your Vision: Art Classes For Kids

Posted on: May 18th, 2014 by

Mis Bellas ArtesAs a child did you ever want to learn to draw, paint, or just plain create? I know I did – I love my creative side! As my daughters are growing up it shows that my creative side, plus their Auntie Megan’s artistic side have for sure been passed down.

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Alex Gomez: In This For The Long Haul

Posted on: May 13th, 2014 by

Alex Gomez @Zona DigitalI am so excited to introduce the business owner that will be the center of today’s chat. He is young, has great vision, and dreams for the future. It was a great pleasure to get to know someone like that!

Alex Gomez is the young business owner of Zona Digital [Read the full story …]

Kids Corner: Happy Mother’s Day

Posted on: May 12th, 2014 by

Mother's Day & ArtI would like to announce the first post for Kids Corner here at Beans & Tortillas. Every Monday I would like to take a moment to share something “Kids” related from our family to yours. In actuality my ramblings may pertain to just about anything. Topics could range from family stories & outings to crafts, games, and travel tips for kids. The sky is the limit – the dreams are endless.

The perfect time to begin Kids Corner is today. Why? Kids ask why all the time. My [Read the full story …]

Building and Remodeling: Hard Work Pays Off

Posted on: May 11th, 2014 by

CelioA home business with no red tape! It is so much easier to start up your own company in Honduras. That is just what my husband did. He found a way to support his family even when the odds were against him.

When my husband return from the USA he had to really think hard how he was going to support his family of five. There are very few jobs. If you have the right contacts you might just be lucky enough to obtain that job. He graduated as a teacher, but lost anytime acquired by his employment when he left his [Read the full story …]