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Photographer Scott Sporleder Captures Life on Cayos Cochinos Islands of Honduras in Images

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Photographer Scott Sporleder checks out some lesser-known Caribbean islands off the coast of Honduras.

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Photographer Scott Sporleder checks out some lesser-known Caribbean islands off the coast of Honduras.

MY FRIEND HAD QUIT HER JOB and was taking a year to drive alone from California to Panama. Before she left, she asked me to come down and travel with her through Honduras — better known to me at the time as the “murder capital of the world.” My response: Sounds like fun!

After a bit of research on Honduras, I came across Cayos Cochinos. Also called the Hog Islands, this little group of 13 sits about halfway between the mainland and the resort island of Roatán in the Caribbean.

We were definitely looking forward to the ‘tropical paradise’ aspect, but what really made this trip special was spending our nights on Chachauate, the only island that has a Garifuna fishing village on it. It’s not large (takes about 12 minutes to walk around the whole thing), but once the day-trippers had left we quickly became part of the island crew.

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