Hacienda la Esperanza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... you can apply mud treatment to yourselves. We had quite a few laughs adding some prosthetics before washing the mud off. Later on, we armed ourselves with water balloons and water guns surprising another G Adventures group. Nightfall came too soon as we sat down to a delicious barbecue. Almost didn't want to leave but riding back to town was an experience of its own as we bounced along in the dark under the stars. A great way to spend an afternoon/evening in Copan ...
... second floor walkway which also had numerous reconstructed pieces of temples, the idea being to assist in preserving them.
Naila admitted that she was done for the day and had seen enough. With the heat of the day at full blast, I was quite happy to head back to town. I had a little bit of planning to do ahead of moving on tomorrow. From now on the direction of travel should be in one direction.
Allowing for quirks of the locals buses of course.
... the whole family to Copan! He says they've never been happier. His beer using hops from Germany is fantastic....so much so that a German brewer buys his beer and ships it back to Germany to sell! Tomas also cleverly saw what a very special place Copan was and decided to buy property there a number of years ago which was a huge risk given the reputation of Honduras. Copan is however now known to be without doubt the most pleasant town in the country so the boy's done good! After ...
... depicting all 16 rulers of the dynasty and was built by the last, Yax Pac and it shows a baton being passed from the first ruler to the last. Until recently the 16 men were thought to be Mayan astronomers but breakthroughs in deciphering Mayan hieroglyphics have shown that these are the 16 rulers.
Video: Altar Q
Video: Stela P
The East Court, known as the Plaza de Jaguares for the pair of dancing jaguars ...
... I really wanted to go to this and had been resting all day to managed to hobble out of bed and kinda walk down with the others. What they didn't tell us was that it would take around 1.5 hours to get there on basics a Kenya road as it had been raining too and we were only in a small mini van so we did have a few wheel spins. It was pitch black by the time we got there which was a shame but still cool. It was a ...