Honduran Unrest: An Insider’s Perspective, Part 3

A midnight curfew, soldiers and police throughout the city, and graffiti-covered buildings are all signs of the recent unrest in Honduras. Amy E. Robertson reflects on the atmosphere in Tegucigalpa and why now may actually be a surprisingly good time for a Caribbean escape.

Honduran Unrest: An Insider’s Perspective, Part 2

After hearing the news of the Honduran military blocking the runway with soldiers and equipment to prevent ousted president “Mel” Zelaya from landing at Toncontín Airport in the Honduran capital, Amy E. Robertson realized she wouldn’t be able to fly to Tegucigalpa from Seattle the next day. With the current political unrest in Honduras, getting home became a little more complicated for Amy and her family.