La Casa Rosada
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... Before getting inside the park we visited a small display devoted to the history and archaeology of the site. We also ran into a local guy offering us a horse riding tour lasting up to 3 hours for HNL 200 per person. Back in the town of Copan the cheapest option was HNL 300 per person. We decided to take some time and consider this guy´s offer.
Going inside the site was the best part! We made a few steps from the ticket booth and then spotted dozens of scarlet ...
San Salvador is a large city with over 2 million people so you can expect that traffic is bad but as we approached the highway that would be our route to Honduras traffic was stopped. Demonstrators had blocked the road with fallen trees and traffic was back up for miles. We do no know what they were demonstrating against but apparently this kind of thing is not uncommon. Many people ...
Well, after almost three days of traveling from Vietnam to Honduras, I am in my new apartment. It's more like a hotel room converted into an apartment, but it's alright because there is an amazing pool!
As I was leaving Tokyo a woman from American Airlines told me I couldn't board the plane in Miami without a return ticket home! I started panicking because I wouldn't be able to book it until I got to Dallas, and also, ...
... ed esserci svegliati alle 4AM) ed aver attraversato la frontiera dove notiamo come non ci sia presenza di polizia o nessun controllo.
Facciamo colazione con riso, fagioli, uova e caffe fresco delle colline hondurene. Decidiamo di andare direttamente a visitare il sito archeologico che e’ un po piu piccolo di quelli precedent ma contiene delle sculture impressionanti. Nel ...
... unintended insult could lead to unwanted problems. Problems involving guns and alcohol are usually the worst kind, so we kindly bid our adieus. Ivis, meanwhile, countered by demanding we join in one more beer. My bouncer experience kicked in, and through a series of hugs, thanks, handshakes, thanks, placating praises and more thanks, we left the rodeo grounds and rode el Burro to the safety of Copan.
Copan is home to a big set of Mayan ...