La Casa Rosada
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... few of the ruin sites helped us get warmed to the Mayan mythology. We did not get too deep into the intricacies of the many Mayan calendars.
We had visited Palenque, Bonampak and Yaxchilan (Chiapas) and Chichen Itza, Uxmal and other sites on the Ruta Puuc in the Yucatan a few years ago. We had flirted with the idea of crossing into Guatemala to visit Tikal but had wisely given it up for a future date due to potential visa ...
... to spend the night in Antigua, and leave for Copan the next day at 4.00 in the morning. He charged us Q175 per person, not including accommodation, but it was still cheaper and less complicated than travelling on our own and since all the tours with him were pretty good we decided to buy the transport from him as well.
At about 13.00 Juan came to tell us that there were some strikes causing that the minibus couldn´t depart. In the beginning we were very ...
... the same as the replicas outside.
I went for lunch at a BBQ place, where an Irish guy was sitting alone. I asked him to eat with me and he explained his lightning fast trip to Cuba to me. I was tempted to go along until he mentioned the "tourist shuttle" he was taking, which is fast but filled only with foreigners and really expensive. Oh well. Byebye Mike! Nice to meet you!
... likely occupied by the nobility of Copan at one time and the location along with arrowheads and the sculptural subjects suggests that Rastrojón was military defense site and a place to honor the memory of one of the most important rulers in the dynastic history of the city; work on the site began with the twelfth ruler, Chan Imix K'awiil (628-695 AD), also called Humo Jaguar. ...
... night as we are off to see some Mayan ruins tomorrow, followed by the museum and nature walk, quick lunch then off to some more hot springs with the promise of therapeutic mud to spread over one another. I'll let you know how I got on! The reason I have included the photo is that whilst on the island I dyed my hair again and then today I saw the braids in a petrol station and pee stop. I thought they added a je ne sais quoi to my ...