Seems like 5 gal recipe. Your water will depend on Pot size, evap rate and such. I started with a 5 gal brew pot and started 3.5 gallons boiling, added extract, and got to hot break, after boil I added water to hit 5.5 gallons. Usually another 2.5. Hop times are not set in stone. More bitter at the beginning of the boil, 20 minutes flavor peaks, 12-15 aroma peaks. Find out what your hops to, and set it to a schedule. Alot of people do 60,30,15,0. I like bitter and flavor, so more at the 20min mark for me with some at the 60min. Also, you can do 1/2oz additions and spread them out more. My IPA's have much more hops, if you like bitter, start with the high alpha summit early in the boil. Honey should be fine.
Biggest thing is stay sanitized, everything that touches it after the boil need to be sanitized.
If your pot is big enough, have all water in there, remember, it will boil so plan on evaporation. After adding extract, before rolling boil is hot break, this is where your wort can boil over and make a big mess, lower heat to reduce bubbles, then higher, reduce, higher until you have rolling boiling. At that point, start your timer. I like 60 min boil, so add 60 min hops, the 30 min ect. After boil it is important to cool the wort quickly a bathtub full of ice water will help. Put the cooled wort into fermenter, add yeast when wort is about 70 degrees or so for that yeast, then airlock and let sit between 65-70degrees for a two weeks.
Hope that helps!