La Casa de Cafe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Despite my earlier fears the border crossing into Honduras from Nicaragua was not at all onerous and took only 2 hours which by the standards since leaving Bogota isn't too bad.
After thinking that the brief off road section in Costa Rica where I had a minor spill was the hardest off road riding of the whole trip I was unfortunately proved …
... and the piñata set up. After brutally attacking the poor head, Becky and I just couldn't break him so everyone else in the group had a go, eventually coming back round to us where I went a bit nuts with trying to hit it and nearly took out Becky and a local boy with my swing! Eventually it was broken and outpoured lots of local sweets! The next surprise was a large birthday cake with a 22 candle on it! The cake was gorgeous and was vanilla and chocolate ...
... tired from the journey and waking up at 4am, so quickly went out for some dinner in a lovely veggie friendly cafe, and went to bed.
Copan Ruinas town has the ruins of Copan, Mayan temples, very nearby. This was the draw for us. It also offered a base for local activities such as hiking, horse riding, macaw spotting, hot springs, visiting coffee plantations and lots of other activities. The Mayan ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and ...
... because of the archaeology site, but maybe this is consider out of season or something.
I had the usual few things to sort out - getting some cash and laundry being the main ones. Cash I sorted fairly quickly with a visit to an ATM, although the first one I tried read my card and went through all the functions only at the last second to say that my card was not suitable for this machine.
I made a mental note to check my online bank ...
... When we bypass the construction and turn the next corner, we hang on. It's quite a steep slope down to our hotel. Parking is at a premium, as there are a number of small buses like ours hanging out.
The Marina Copán Hotel though is quite cute. It has multiple layers stepping up the hill- like the steps up a Mayan temple. Check-in is at level one that includes a pool and rooms wrapped around it as well as the bar. Step up a level to the restaurant and other rooms. I get ...