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"Nice" & Convenient as a civilized base camp
Beachfront near downtown disappointing
In a nutshell
Interesting, but not the greatest - not too much there, there.
Not one for heavy night life any more, this little bar/restaurant was my favorite place for a fine Honduran beer in a warm December afternoon. If I remember correctly, the price of a most excellent "Salva Vida" (life saver) Honduran beer was around the equivalent of 50 cents US.
Dress Code: "What ever" goes here. Coat & tie would be a bit out of place.
Updated Feb 8, 2006
Address: between beach & central plaza
One night my friend and I left the club to get a ride home, the cab driver didn't have any change once we reached our home, so he charged us double to get change from the cab. The only way he got away with it was because he pulled a GUN on us. Seriously, be careful with these cab drivers, especially at night.
Updated Nov 12, 2007
When I went to Le Ceiba in July, the only issues I had with transportation were the cabs. Remember that where ever you go before 8 pm in La Ceiba is 15 lps per person. After that is 20 lps. All the cabs cars are white. Remember that, they always tried to rip me off.
Written Nov 12, 2007