Tela Honduras an Interview with Liz in 220 USD per Month Apartment

Tela Honduras an Interview with Liz in 220 USD per Month Apartment

Proving people can live for under 500 Dollars per month in Tropical Paradise locations all over the planet. Yes, you can pay more, and for two people they can live twice as well, however, this is the starting price for Tropical Paradise. This interview explains how she moved down here to teach English, was paid 350 dollars per month that included housing and now lives in a 4000 Lempira apartment as an artist.



Liz sitting at the table on her balcony in Tela, Honduras with view of beach.

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Tela, Honduras --- Wednesday, August 4, 2010
On the Caribbean Coast


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The beach is very quiet right now, a few foreigners coming from the Island of Utila or Roatán stop in for a night on the way to the (Spiritair.com) San Pedro Sula Airport. Generally, as best I can figure today, this beach is close enough to the Airport, that there are then a couple of large resorts that are selling tourist package deals in mass. Mainly to the French Canadians, the resorts are "Mas or Menos," but maybe good cheap package deal during the cold of winter.

Video of the Interview of Liz from Canada in Tela, Honduras





Part 2 - Video of the Interview of Liz from Canada in Tela, Honduras





Liz standing on her balcony that is on the third floor and looks out directly at the beach, she is located just to the left of the Telemar Resort, this beach is open to her to use, it is not private or dominated by the Resort.



This is the front of the apartment complex where Liz lives.



Liz is an artist and has painted and decorated the balcony with colorful clay pots and plants.



This is the Tela, Beach, an ok beach, not the worlds best, but ok, and maybe more people during the high season. Generally, it is very quiet, and this is a small city of about 30 thousands residents, but has all a person needs. This is only a two-hour taxi ride from the airport, which would cost about 50 USD.



There are a few signs around, this is low season so the majority of rooms are empty and the owners are not advertising. As best I can suss out, the apartments start at 2500 Lempira and work their way up to the sky.

2,500.00 HNL = 132.135 USD ---- ---- 1.00 USD = 18.9200 HNL

The easy to find price is 4000 Lempira’s, this is what I am paying, and I have AC, Color TV with Cable, HBO, Cinemax and water, electricity and such are paid by owner.

I use a Tigo Cellular Wireless Internet Modem to access the internet; it is fast enough to use Skype.com.

Tela Honduras an Interview with Liz in 220 USD per Month Apartment

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