Honduras in the news ::: March / 2003
DATE
MEDIA
HEADLINE
CATEGORY
ESTATE
CIRCULATION
02/03/2021
SUNDAY
STAR-LEDGER
SUBMERGE YOURSELF IN ROATAN. With the world´s second-largest reef system, Roatán has long been a favorite  spot for scu-ba divers. As the spot grows in popularity, the island is also beco-ming  better known to other Americans.Eco-toursits enjoy the is-land´s hilly rain forest,and it´s a stopover for young packpackersroaming the world.
TOURISM
NEW JERSEY
405,000
02/03/2021
TIMES
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NEW  JERSEY
77,238
         
         
         
         
02/03/2021
ORLANDO SENTINEL
VISITORS CAN GO OFF DEEP END FOR SHARKS.Go for the gusto. 53 exciting excursions for folks whose idea of an active va-cation involves more than cocktail curls. Rafting through the verdant Río Platano Biosphere Reserve in Honduras.
TOURISM
FLORIDA
257,429
         
         
         
02/03/2021
LOS ANGELES TIMES
TOURS & CRUISES.WORLDWIDE STRAP ON A MASK ANDGO SNORKELING IN TROPICAL WATERS.The nonprofit  Ocean-ic  Society is highlighting in a series of guided snorkeling tours atsome of the world´s most scenic underwater spots,featuring as one of those, Honduras and  Belize in Central America.
TOURISM
CALIFORNIA
20,000
02/03/2021
LOS ANGELES TIMES
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CALIFORNIA
1,391,076
         
         
         
03/03/2021
EFE NEWS SERVICES
MAYANS OUT TO CONQUER THE EMPIRE OF THE RISINGSUN.A total  of 254 Mayan artifacts from Honduras and Guatema-la will be exhibited  for the first time in Japan this year,in a bid todraw Japanese tourists to the archaeological sites  of this ancientcivilization.
TOURISM
NEW YORK
 
         
         
         
         
04/03/2021
TIMES
HUNTERDON SCUBA CENTER: FOR ALL YOUR DIVING NEEDS. Hunterdon Scuba Center also provides both foreign and domesticdive travel. Upcoming trips are scheduled for Dominica, Bonaire, Costa Rica, Belize and Roatán in Honduras.
TOURISM
NEW JERSEY
85,047
         
         
         
05/03/2021
DAILY HERALD
ST JOHN´S STUDENT TAKING MISSION TRIP TO HONDURAS. One important component is just living together as a communityand learning to love other people.The students will help paint a church and be involved with school children.
SOCIAL
OHIO
3,675
         
         
         
05/03/2021
INTER-COUNTY LEADER
GRANTSBURG CLASS IMMERSED IN "LOOSE CHANGE" Last fall Grantsburg Elementary principle Mike Smith showedthe class photos from his summer trip to Honduras.He´d visitedthe classroom in Batalla,Honduras that  now participates withthe Grantsburg class in a cultural exchange program.
CULTURE
WISCONSIN
5,112
         
         
         
         
01/03/2021
NEW ORLEANS MAG.
NORWEGIAN DREAM TO CRUISE OUT OF ORLEANS. Will base week-long winter and spring cruises out of New Orleans for the next three years. Cruises out of the port will stop at Cozumel, Me-xico, ROATAN, HONDURAS, Belize City, Belize and Cancun, Me-xico. HONDURAS  SEES GOLD RUSH  AS WORLD PRICES SPAR-KLE. With gold at a six-year high of $355 per ounce on world mar-kets, prospectors and exploration companies are pouncing uponthe resources of HONDURAS, putting the Central America  countryknown for coffee and bananas on the cusp of a gold rush.
TOURISM
LOUISANA
40,100
02/03/2021
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
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TEXAS
545,727
06/03/2021
DAILY REVIEW
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LOUISIANA
6,272
         
         
07/03/2021
REUTER FINANCIAL
ECONOMY
NEW YORK
 
 
REPORT
     
         
         
         
08/03/2021
MIAMI HERALD
DOMINICAN ROLE  IN TALKS. The United States will consider including the Dominican Republic in free-trade negotiations withCentral America,according to a joint statement.
ECONOMY
FLORIDA
386,316
         
         
08/03/2021
DAILY PRESS
A HONDURAS TRIP: FROM TOURIST TO AMBASSADOR. Ame-ricans will embrace the challenge to prove that foreign relations need not only be matters of diplomacy and war, but matters of the heart as well.
SOCIAL
MICHIGAN
12,200
         
         
         
09/03/2021
SUNDAY TIMES
SIERRA CLUB TRIPS. Sierra Club outings head 60 scenic hikingsites all over the globe  this year. The  moderately difficult trips are limited to 14 participants. A Central American trip  Aug.2-17 travels the Ruta Maya in Guatemala, HONDURAS and Mexico. Cost is $2,945.
TOURISM
CALIFORNIA
42,501
09/03/2021
SUNDAY TIMES
     
 
(WEST CONTRA COSTA)
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CALIFORNIA
32,721
09/03/2021
CENTRAL CONTRA COSTA
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CALIFORNIA
107,221
         
09/03/2021
AKRON BEACON
CARIBBEAN FAMILY TRIPS. National Geographic Guide to Cari-bbean Family Vacations. Each island or country profile begins with its history and topography, as well as top picks of sights and activities for families, including HONDURAS.
TOURISM
OHIO
94,081
 
JOURNAL
     
         
         
09/03/2021
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
THE PULL OF THE SEA. The Star Clipper, a 360 -foot-long shipoffers a sailing experience in  a comfortable setting.Visiting the unusual smaller ports such as Cochino Grande,  HONDURAS.
TOURISM
TEXAS
511,159
23/03/2021
POST AND COURIER
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S.CAROLINA
106,000
         
13/03/2021
MEADVILLE TRIBUNE
EXPLORE THE WORKS OF ILLUSTRATOR SCALISE. The Ashtabula Arts Center is hosting an exhibit of works by the late archeological illustrator Thomas Scalise. His free-lance  works includeillustrations of  ceramic bowls and figurines in LA PAZ, HONDURAS.
CULTURA
PENN.
15,716
         
         
         
         
13/03/2021
MARTHASVILLE 
CHAMBER BREAKFAST BENEFITS HONDURAS MISSIONTRIP. The Overseas Mission in Honduras will benefit from the annual Community Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the Marthas-ville Community Club. Nearly $1,000 was raised at the breakfast.
SOCIAL
MISSOURI
750
 
RECORD
     
         
         
13/03/2021
FORT MILL TIMES
ONE MEDIC´S MISSION TO HELP. Dr. Jim Bergman, of Fort MillFamily Practice, works in a clinic set up in a two room schoolhouse. Bergman recently made his second  mission to Honduraswith Volunteers in Medical Missions.
SOCIAL
SOUTH C.
6,300
         
         
         
16/03/2021
ORLANDO SENTINEL
TOURS A "SNORKELING SAFARI" TO HONDURAS. April 26-May 3, will visit the Bay Islands of Roatán, Utila and Guanaja. Thetour, organized by the San Francisco´s Ocean Society Expeditions, focuses on reef  ecology and conservation. The $1,650 per personcovers  accomodations in over-the-water bungalows, daily land andboat trips, all meals, transfers and tours; air fare is extra.
TOURISM
FLORIDA
257,429
23/03/2021
OBSERVER  DISPATCH
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NEW  YORK
59,903
         
         
         
         
17/03/2021
BAY NEWS
SAIL OFF ON THE WATERS OF MATRIMONIAL BLISS. Star Clippers cruises debuts a new itinerary this winter with a breath-taling Maya-Caribbean Cruise starting as low as $1,275 per per-son. From México´s Yucatán Peninsula to the necklace  of cays and off shore islands fringing Belize, Guatemala and HONDURAS.
TOURISM
NEW YORK
21,420
17/03/2021
BAY RIDGE COURIER
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NEW YORK
42,000
17/03/2021
FLATBUSH LIFE
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NEW YORK
12,350
17/03/2021
BROOKLYN GRAPHIC
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NEW YORK
9,350
         
20/03/2021
COAST STAR
SQUAN STUDENTS PREPARE FOR MISSION TO HONDURAS. During their stay, which will run from  April 16 to 25, the studentswill participate in a medical brigade designed to provide emergency medical aid to the people of Honduras.
SOCIAL
NEW JERSEY
12,000
         
         
         
26/03/2021
MIAMI HERALD
GOVERNMENT WINS BACK MOON ROCK. The finger tipsize piece of lunar material was given to the Honduran government byPresident Nixon in 1973 but wound its way to Miami under conditionsthat are still unexplained.
POLITICS
FLORIDA
386,316
         
         
         
27/03/2021
NEWS JOURNAL
BETTER LIFE FOR HONDURAN VILLAGERS. Delaware missionaries spend a week being useful and sowing hope to improve the lives of villagers in Villa Nueva, Honduras. One project was an addition to San Juan Evangelista Church for a kindergarten.
SOCIAL
DELAWARE
121,264
         
         
         
30/03/2021
DAILY SOUTHTOWN
HONEYMOON HOT SPOTS. BEST PLACES TO GO AFTER YOU SAY "I DO". Mitchell, of Travel and  Leisure Magazine, said  one ofthe honeymoon trends these days is to break up your wedding trip in to smaller, shorter vacations. "they may take a three-day  relax in honeymoon trip right after wedding and then do the big scuba divingtrip in HONDURAS during the summer."
TOURISM
ILLINOIS
57,338
         
         
         
         
         
30/03/2021
NEW  YORK TIMES
ROATAN UNDERWATER BY A CORAL REEF OF HONDURAS YOU CAN PLAY  WITH DOLPHINS AND WATCH SHARKS FEED, IF YOU OBSERVE THE RULES. Roughly 96% of all species found any where in the Caribbean can be seen on the Bay Islands reefs, from microscopic bioluminescent organisms to a healthy population of sharks.
TOURISM
NEW YORK
1,746,700