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Honduras, May 2014. This fishing village is actually made up of 2 separate Cays (Suc-Suc (Pigeon) and Jewel Cay) but are connected by bridge, so many folks think its just one cay, and indeed its commonly referred to as Pigeon Cay. These cays are extremely laid back and generally quiet, with just a few bars and restaurants and shops and churches. The Utila Cays (sometimes written Cayes) are a collection of tiny islets located off the southwest corner of the main island of Utila. From the Bay islands on the Caribbean coast, via the lush jungles of the interior to the ancient Mayan culture of Copan, Honduras is one big adventure. Photo by Frits Meyst / MeystPhoto.com
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