Casa Dona Elena B & B

Address: 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

    Azacualpa and Pinabete

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 05, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... with his mother and family for a while and then we went to the home of another family, good friends of Melo, which was celebrating the birthday of a baby. Of course there was the pinata and to everyone's surprise and enjoyment, when the candies spilled out onto the floor Melo was down there with the children scooping up the loot which he later donated to a common pot. He let his "inner child" loose let us say! We didn't stay late as we had an early morning to come. At 6 am we ...

    Copan, Honduras

    A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 11, 2015

    1 photo

    ... day we woke up with the mother of all hangovers, after too many tequilas and not getting much sleep from the noisy road right outside our window. Struggling to move we dragged ourselves out to breakfast and then off to the nearby Copan Ruins. The day was still young and already it was extremely hot. The ruins were incredibly interesting, with towering Mayan pyramid temples poking through the jungle. The day just continued to become hotter and after finally managing ...

    Three countries, two hostels, one day and a bit

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... scrambled eggs, toast, a dish of fruit, OJ and some coffee. All included in the US$8 per night charge. Now that is real value for money. Naila revealed she was also heading to the ruins as soon as she had got her early morning coffee.

    As it was a distance of only about one kilometre out of the town, we set off to walk while Naila stopped to get some cash. Unfortunately her debit card was being refused at each bank she tried, so had to return to the hostel to get ...

    A Dream Realized Part I

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Feb 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... a nice lunch in town Jan, Marty and I chose to take a tuk tuk to Macaw Mountain, a bird sanctuary for the macaws, parrots, and toucans. Winding pathes took us by these interesting birds in there spacious and airy cages. Some allowed us to walk in and get very close to the birds. It was a wonderful visit, which was followed by a relaxing soak in the whirlpool. we stayed at the hotel for dinner and enjoyed being the only ones in the restaurant!


    Ruins, chocolate and macaws

    A travel blog entry by wwatling on Feb 15, 2015

    50 photos

    ... the name is the matriarch. The very small patio is surrounded by a garden, framed in by a wooden lattice, and is open to the sky. It has a few small metal tables and chairs. Well, something tells me Wendy's Bar is back in business!

    Before dinner, we have a lecture on the Copán ruins presented by David Sedat. He's another one of those American expats who can't seem to leave. He's an archaeologist who worked at the site and, we will discover, a bit more too.