|Jack-o-lantern and trick-o-treat goodie bag|
|Madison's self-made bat costume|
Here in Honduras they don't really celebrate any of the above. There is a small spattering of Halloween decorations around town. I don't really know if it's for Nationals or for the gringos that live here. I see the decorations in stores that mostly nationals go to, so my thought is the Halloween tradition is slowly coming into the culture? And many people do celebrate Día de los muertos, although most don't refer to it in that way. They go to the cemetaries, and place flowers there for members of their families that have died. But it is NOT like how it is celebrated in Mexico and other latin-american countries. It's honestly, a day mostly spent like any other.