Friday, November 19, 2010

International spotlight shines on La Campa

Lenca pottery was a highlight for visiting journalists in October 2010 
In October 2010, journalists from several countries visited Gracias and La Campa as part of a familiarization tour offered by the Central America Travel Market 2010.

In a November 11th post on his blog the Latin American Traveler, John Mitchell, a leading Canadian photographer and journalist, shares his thoughts, impressions and stunning new photos of La Campa in "Gracias, Lempira, Honduras: Small Town with a Big Past and a Bright Future.  It's great to see the international media spotlight shine on La Campa. 

Also interesting to see photos of the Lenca pottery, restored cathedral and local La Campa residents such as Dona Desideria. 

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