Casa Dona Elena B & B

Avenida Centro America, Copan, Honduras | B&B
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This B&B is located on Avenida Centro America, Copan.
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    Travel Blogs from Copan

    Ruins,hot springs and cowboys.

    A travel blog entry by queenietord on May 04, 2014

    3 comments

    ... filtered down through a succession of pools of various temperatures. In one there was a stone box at the side filled with mud which we used to cover ourselves and then wash off in the pool. It was so much fun but British health and safety would have a field day. It was all set in natural surroundings with minimal lighting, we were allowed to take our own alcohol, the paths got very slippy and the stream of 85' water was ...

    Copan ruins and hot springs

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Apr 22, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... one that suited your tolerance. There was also one where you could take a mud bath that Gina took advantage of. My favourite was the hottest pool that was around 46 degrees. Right next to it was a cold pool so you could alternate between the two. It was also conveniently next to the beer cooler. We spent 2.5 hours at the hot springs and it was dark by the time we were finished. After getting changed we met up for supper at one of the ...

    Fingering A Bald Parrot

    A travel blog entry by doove on Mar 05, 2014

    66 photos

    ... See this blog is already getting boring…

    Copan was naturally a massive rip off, and although had some decent areas, was actually by far the smallest ruins so only really took me about an hour and a half to walk round all the sites. With this in mind, and still wanting to get my money’s worth I went in search of things that I could do (i.e. be a childish idiot). Found some amusing mashy face Mayan God carvings – I mean I know they ...

    Macaw Mountain

    A travel blog entry by thewalkers on Feb 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... ones that had just been rescued because they pluck their own feathers out when they are stressed - not a pretty sight. But it was nice to know that some of the wild birds came to visit the caged ones. A good show of solidarity. The best bit, however, was the interaction area where we got to play with the birds, so to speak. These were birds that had cages but were free to fly around all day (and leave if they ...

    Crossing the border, feet up & not leaving the van

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 16, 2013

    56 photos

    ... br>
    In no man’s land (actually it was still in Guatemala) the money changers were there outside the van for those who wanted some Honduran Lempiras. I chose to wait for the 2 ATMs in Copan, hoped that one was working and accepted one of my ...