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Property Owners thrilled with Alta Vista Property

April 21, 2011


In August of 2009, my partner, Mel, purchased a lot in Alta Vista, but it wasn’t until December 2010 when we were finally able to fly to Honduras to see the lot.

We arrived in San Pedro Sula on December 19th and then flew over to Roatan. We chose to see Roatan first as we are interested to see how this Honduran Bay Island has developed since the arrival of the cruise ships.  With the impending development of the cruise ship terminal in Trujillo (both Mel and I have invested in the cruise ship terminal development), we were interested in the business opportunities that Roatan offers and possibly how those business opportunities may develop over time in Trujillo.

On December 23rd we said our farewell’s to Roatan and took a sunny ferry ride over to La Ceiba, where our gracious host Cathy Bernier from Fast Track, met us at the ferry terminal.  Our 2 ½ hour ride to Trujillo was filled with Cathy’s vast knowledge of the sights along the road to Trujillo.  Once in Trujillo, Cathy continued  our tour of Trujillo, the sights of where the cruise ship terminal is to be built, Life Vision Properties building and then to Banana Beach Resort where we would stay for the next 5 days.

During our days in Trujillo, Cathy toured us all through Campa Vista, Campo del Mar, Coroz Alta, and where our future home will be, Alta Vista.  Even though it was a rainy, foggy day when we climbed up to our lot, our imaginations swirled as to how our tropical home will overlook Trujillo Bay with the sights of Puerto Castilla, and the islands of Guanaja, Cayos Cochinos, and Roatan as our front deck view.  The homes we toured in Campa Vista are modernly built with beautiful Caribbean colors to accent the interior and exterior of the homes.  Stunning views of Trujillo Bay and the landscape of the rain forest provide beautiful views from every angle of the newly built homes in Campa Vista.

Our days in Trujillo were spent with friendly people, lazy sunny beach days (save for a few rainy days), and the sights and sounds of a developing town ready to embrace and welcome new faces.

Some of our highlights in Trujillo included “The Fair Trade Co-Op – Made in Honduras” store, “Vino Tinto” restaurant overlooking Trujillo Bay,  Christmas Eve Lunch at “Casa Alemania”,  fine margarita’s at Banana Beach Resort and the best for last, our wonderful host, tour guide,  and all around extraordinaire…Cathy Bernier!

 We are looking forward to our next trip to Trujillo!

 Feliz Viaje!

Michelle, Mel and Cayla


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