Hacienda la Esperanza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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In the evening we took it very easy, watched movies and just relaxed.
Day 2: November 15, 2013
That day our goal was to visit the archaeological site of Copan, so first we had breakfast in our hotel for HNL 50. It was a typical Honduran breakfast including eggs, cream cheese, beans, avocado, tortillas and fresh cheese.
After breakfast we started heading to the site which was just 1km away. We paid HNL 315 per person for ...
... Christmas tree.
By the time we returned to town it was pouring down rain. Our dinner was at the 2nd floor restaurant, Twisted Tanya's. While nice and dry we could listen to the rain pounding on the cobblestones as we enjoyed a nice dinner. We never did hear the origin of the name “Twisted Tanya’s”.
... so happy to get off the airplane in San Pedro Sula. The baggage claim and immigration areas were jam packed full. Two flights had arrived at the same time and turned the airport into chaos. We were corralled into something resembling lines and I joked around with some cardboard box salesmen the whole time. Seriously, that's what they were.
Anyway, customs took forever and I felt bad for the people who were ...
The next day we have yet another early morning bus, this time on the first-class national bus service (as suggested by locals for safety) to the capital of Honduras, Tegucigalpa. On route, we have to change buses in the city of San Pedro Sula, given title of most dangerous city in the world with a murder rate of 170 per ...
... peppers, broccolli, carrots, lettuce and more. Next, it was off to the famous ruins. By the way, these will be the last Mayan ruins of this trip; Altun Ha, Bonampak and Coban were all dropped from my itinerary due to changing plans, budget and running the risk of overdosing on temples.
I took my free map of the ruins from the hotel and walked just 1 KM to get there. I saw everything I could and was dumbfounded. Copan is without a doubt ...