Archive for the ‘ Interview ’ Category

 

Circumnavigating Roatan
A newcomer to Roatan brings a fresh perspective to seeing the island.

October 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

Circumnavigating Roatan <h5>A newcomer to Roatan brings a fresh perspective to seeing the island.</h5>

Kevin built his first boat at 15 at Long Island Sound and taught himself how to sail. In 1970s he bought one of the first windsurfers and has been windsurfing ever since. Kevin also has a charter boat license and has sailed everywhere from the Mediterranean

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Ralph Nader of Roatan
controversial local activist changes rules of the game

July 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

Ralph Nader of Roatan <h5>controversial local activist changes rules of the game</h5>

Rosa Danelia Hendrix is a person that people either love, hate, or a bit of both. Tall, with long black hair, she is charismatic, stylish and dressed in latest Miami fashion. At public meetings, Rosa is often the uncomfortable voice of public conscience

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Escape To Honduras
Cubans and Americans Agree: Bay Islands are the Place to Be.

June 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

Escape To Honduras <h5>Cubans and Americans Agree: Bay Islands are the Place to Be.</h5>

In 2006 more Cuban ‘balseros’ landed in Honduras than in the US. A growing number of Cuban refugees make their way to Honduras. A few of them arrive in the Bay islands. Some make Bay islands their home.
At 7am on 16 January 2005, Enrique Aleman Insula

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Royal Caribbean in Royal Roatan

May 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

Royal Caribbean in Royal Roatan

John Tercek is Royal Caribbean’s Vice president of Commercial development. He is responsible for improving the infrastructure of Royal Caribbean’s ports of call that would support the companies’ strategic growth and itinerary objectives. John graduated

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In Negroponte’s Footsteps?

April 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

In Negroponte's Footsteps?

Charles A. Ford began his duties as US Ambassador to Honduras in November, 2005. He joined the U.S. Department of Commerce in 1982 after working for eight years in the private sector and has extensive experience in Latin America. He served as Commercial

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Dr. Worley’s Worries

February 1st, 2006 by -

Dr. Worley's Worries

Polo Galindo Clinic in Punta Gorda has survived for the last three years, but over time it had reduced its staff, it no longer offers 24 emergency services and its plan for cooperation with Honduran government to provide community wide health service

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Confessions of a Robber

December 1st, 2005 by Thomas Tomczyk

Confessions of a Robber

Bay Islands Voice has reported numerous times on the crime in the Bay Islands. We talked to the victims, police, jurists, politicians, but the one on one perspective we haven’t presented was the criminal’s.

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‘Lobo’s Way to the Top’
an interview with Honduras’ presidentail candidate- Pepe Lobo

November 1st, 2005 by Thomas Tomczyk

'Lobo's Way to the Top' <h5>an interview with Honduras' presidentail candidate- Pepe Lobo</h5>

National Congress president Porfirio Lobo Sosa defeated Tegucigalpa Mayor Miguel Pastor with 69.1 per cent of the vote to become the National Party (PN) nominee. Manuel Zelaya, former minister of the Honduran Social Investment Fund won the Liberal Party

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Sprint for Congress

September 1st, 2005 by Thomas Tomczyk

Sprint for Congress

On November 27 Hondurans will take part in national and local elections. For the Bay Islands congress seat, a veteran Liberal Party politician Jerry Hynds will face a National Party freshman- Shawn Hyde.
Bay Islands VOICE interviewed the two candidates

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Evans On Evans

July 1st, 2005 by Thomas Tomczyk

Evans On Evans

Dr. David K. Evans first came to Roatan in June of 1961. On his way to Nicaragua’s Corn Islands, it was by chance that he landed on the Honduran coast and met Walter McNab, a young boat captain from French Harbour. “When I got off a mail boat in Coxen

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