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One week trip in June- Hondouras?

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Hi everyone,

We've had awesome luck getting quality advice on this board on previous trips and decided to give it another shot! We live in Chicago and are looking for a week-long get-away that won't be too taxing travel-wise (from a time in air or jet-lag standpoint) or budget-wise ($2k or so). As far as Central/South America goes, we''ve been all over Mexico and to Costa Rica and Peru (providing that as context).

We've heard good things about Hondouras and Nicaragua but are still trying to sort things out.

We like:
Beaches (but we want more to do than just lay around)
Snorkeling (no scuba)
Hiking (after the Inca Trail I think it'll be a few years before my wife is game for anything more than day-trip hikes)
GOOD FOOD (we're spoiled in Chicago)
Good bars (but we're not into clubbing and don't need too robust of a night life)
Mountains (me more than my wife)
Reasonably nice hotels (don't have to be super-fancy)

Let's see here... Anything else? Oh, we don't speak any Spanish.

I know I'm being pretty vague here, but any advice/feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

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