Casa Dona Elena B & B
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... card. Thankfully that worked or she would have been in some difficulties.
On the way to the site we were directed to a footpath by a local who then walked along with us and gave a bit of a running commentary which Naila translated for me. He admitted he wasn't an official tour guide, but knew quite a bit about the site and pointed out a few things along the road which in all honesty we would probably have walked past, none the wiser. We give him a couple of quid ...
... border crossings into Guatemals and Honduras. On the way Walter shared information about the current status of el
salvador including an interesting conversation about the problem of
gangs and information aout the economics of El Salvador. Riding past
the many volcanoes, lakes and valleys provided interesting vistas.Before checking into our hotel ...
... buy a new id as he wasn't able to find his. As a driver there is literally only one thing you need for work and he forgot it... Driver if you're reading this - you need a new day job. After eventually making it into Honduras we made it to the town of Copan where i unloaded for 2 nights. Copan is a little town close to the El Salvadorian and Guatemalan borders and is famous for the Copan ruins. Being as worldly as I am I instantly heard the ruins cry for me to come ...
... Atop the slanted walls are three intricate macaw heads on each side - if the ball touched the ear of the macaw, the team earned a point. V could not resist turning his arm over for a bit of swing bowling owing to the slight breeze blowing through the court.
The Ball Court leads to the Great Plaza, an expansive grassy area. There is a pyramidal structure adjacent to several Stelae spaced apart from each other. Each one depicts ...
... charger and checked my email with a biscuit and a cup of coffee (no leche!) What do you know? I had a host for the night, not too far away in La Entrada.
I was off again, shoved into the back of a mini van with a woman sicker than me coughing at the back of my head, right behind me. After about an hour, I found myself at Johel's house, full of his ...