Travel Blogs from Copan Ruinas, Honduras

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18 Rabbit Wuz Here, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

18 Rabbit Wuz Here

A travel blog entry by andrewandjacque

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... PLACE open for breakfast in Omoa. Three busses later, (and excellent bus-station breakfast in San Pedro Sula) we made it to Copan Ruinas. Copan is a tourist destination, so there are lots of places to stay, and lots of places to eat. They even put ...

Mayan Ruins, Copán Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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I stopped in Copan Ruinas to check out the famous ruins here. These are some of the best preserved and the most studied ruins in the Mayan world and are not to be missed. The small tourist town here is pretty nice and a cool place to meet other travelers. ...

Copan Ruinas and La Ceiba, Copan Ruinas and La Ceiba, Honduras travel blog

Copan Ruinas and La Ceiba

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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We had ANOTHER early start in order to make our way to Copan Ruinas, just over the Guatemalan border, in Honduras. Fighting the urge to return to sleep, we rose at 5.30 am and quickly packed up and checked out of the hotel. Waking up a hotel employee to ...

Copious fun in Copan, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copious fun in Copan

A travel blog entry by casey_matt

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We spent most of the day traveling from Quirigua to Copan Ruinas in Honduras. Crossing the border, we were a bit wary when the Honduran official would not stamp our entry into the country, saying that new agreements as of this July allowed people ...

Copan is cool too!, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan is cool too!

A travel blog entry by youngtravellers

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... It cost us a dollar each to leave and three dollars each to get in.  Then we drove off.  Easy as that.  When we arrived in Copan Ruinas (the town right next to the ruins), we dropped our stuff in a hostel and walked for 15 minutes to get to the ...

Civilizations: Ancient and Modern, Copán Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Civilizations: Ancient and Modern

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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... Honduras, like the rest of our world, is now part of a new global economy and inter-related civilization. The economy of Honduras has long been influenced and controlled from the US - mainly through companies such as Standard Fruit and United Fruit - ...

my Ruta Maya is now complete, Copan ruinas, Honduras travel blog

my Ruta Maya is now complete

A travel blog entry by kris

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... a robber and shut the car door, a few steps later I thaught to myself 'I shoulda slammed the fucker on him' So I reached copan after a relaxing ride with Sultana buses, cheap, clean and has a better drop off spot than the overpriced hedman alas.. My ...

Here to see Copan - UNESCO Heritage site!!, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Here to see Copan - UNESCO Heritage site!!

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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... and coffee just outside of Chiquimula and then made the journey speedily to the border. We paid our border fees and into Honduras we went, the town of Copan Ruinas was only 10 minutes or so from the border and we were in town, in a room by 11am. That ...

Hey its england! (and Cold), Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Hey its england! (and Cold)

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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... it wouldnt be a bad country to have to stay in as it turns out! Were a little worried when we first drove into Copan Ruinas....looked a nothing place...but turned out to be really cool. Tried to find the hostel we wanted...as usual the bus company ...

Copan Ruinas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan Ruinas

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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Set on a hill in a pretty lush hilly region, Copan was as attractive as I remember the first time I came here - 8 odd years later, there are more international restaurants and hotels, but they have not ruined the character & friendliness of the ...

Bienvenido a Honduras y Copa Ruinas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Bienvenido a Honduras y Copa Ruinas

A travel blog entry by demokedes

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... pa je cudovita okolica, torej dezevni gozd, ki vse te rusevine obdaja. Vmes sva pozabila celo na vrocino in skoraj dehidrirala:). Copan Ruinas, zascitene pod Unescom, so nastale v daljsem obdobju v zlati klasicni dobi majev od 250-900 let nasega stetja, ...

Copan Ruins, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan Ruins

A travel blog entry by walkabout

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Almost everyone told me that Copan is a disappointment after seeing Tikal. And in some ways they're right. Copan isn't hidden away in the forest, and there are no monkeys or crazy birds. And I would say it would be literally impossible to get lost in ...

Pics from Semuc and travel to Copan Ruinas, Copán Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Pics from Semuc and travel to Copan Ruinas

A travel blog entry by lorryb

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... van with 12 seats. lol.  Anyway border was uneventful, pay to get out of Guatemala and pay to get into Honduras.  Arrived in Copan Ruinas at about 8PM.  Found a cool little hotel, nice restaurant, nice bar, and decent room with the tipco ...

Bus adventures,Maya ruins and a leftover hurricane, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Bus adventures,Maya ruins and a leftover hurricane

A travel blog entry by phoedo

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... much no sense but is quite entertaining. After switching buses in San Pedro Sula we finally got to the charming little town of Copan Ruinas around 5:30 PM, only to discover that our umbrella had not made it onto the bus somehow, even though it had ...

Honduran Hombres, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Honduran Hombres

A travel blog entry by pengs_nadz

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... the streets. We then made the somewhat controversial decision not to visit the Bay Islands (besides Copan, the other big tourist card for Honduras). We had received mixed reports about the islands and felt that perhaps our Caribbean island paradise ...

Mayan Ruins at Copan, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Mayan Ruins at Copan

A travel blog entry by tipep

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... border, made for a good break about half way between Utila and Antigua, which is our next and final destination. Copan Ruinas is a small charming town with steep cobbled streets in Honduras' western highlands. Although much smaller in scale compared to ...

Day in transportation, copan ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Day in transportation

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

So after a chicken bus, med bus tuk tuk taxi luxiory bus and then anothet chicken bus i have arrived! Thing is in central america there are no directs lots of times thus u end up going in a big circle rather then direct. Anyways just to say how nice ...

A long day in Honduras, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

A long day in Honduras

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

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9-05-11 Choluteca to Copan Ruinas (Honduras) Many months ago when I first booked up to join Nick and the gang on this mighty long trip I had thoughts of feeling exhausted and bent out of shape from riding a motorcycle for such a long period! However that ...

Copan Ruinas, Honduras, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan Ruinas, Honduras

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... jistě líbit. Byli jsme hladoví jako psi, tak jsme odhodili batohy do pokoje a šli se něčeho najíst. Copan Ruinas, jak se zdejší vesnice nazývá, je díky blízkým ruinám velmi turistická, takže jak už to ...

Cobblestone Streets, Coffee, and Cameras on Horses, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Cobblestone Streets, Coffee, and Cameras on Horses

A travel blog entry by hadsrobinson

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... and I have been cooking meals and hanging out and its just been lots of fun. The other great thing is that this town, Copan Ruinas, is a bit of a tourist destination so there are cool things to do here too (besides just see Andrea which is very cool). ...

More Mayan ruins...but with exquisite carving, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

More Mayan ruins...but with exquisite carving

A travel blog entry by tipep

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Nat flew home on Tuesday morning, a week later than scheduled, and I made my way to Copan Ruinas in Honduras yesterday morning, a small charming town with steep cobbled streets in Honduras' western highlands. I spent the day Thursday touring the Mayan ...

I think i´ve now had my fill of Ruins., copan ruinas, Honduras travel blog

I think i´ve now had my fill of Ruins.

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

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My last ruins while in central america... I think. The ruins are really nice but most have been reconstructed which takes away some of the charm. 2 surprises were that A) most of the travelers were tour group travelers, not many backpackers. B) ...

Adios, Honduras, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Adios, Honduras

A travel blog entry by frogger

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... to get one more log in for those of you who are riveted by our travels.  We are in the quaint town of Copan Ruinas, about 1km from perhaps the most important archaeological site in the Mayan empire.  We spent the better part of the day ...

First taste of the maya, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

First taste of the maya

A travel blog entry by samwax

... wasted my last 20 on the hotel room and so Im taking a fair gamble when I hop on the chicken bus to Copan Ruinas with about 100 lempiras in my pocket. Im only taking the risk thanks to a bit of internet research which supposedly revealed a ...

Home in Copan Ruinas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Home in Copan Ruinas

A travel blog entry by compassionfruit

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After a seven hour bus ride we arrived in Copan Ruinas, where the Project Honduras conference we'll attend will be located in late October. It is the number 2 tourist destination because of the Mayan ruins here. It is a very peaceful small place with ...

Copán: nice ruins but still no shower!, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copán: nice ruins but still no shower!

A travel blog entry by ristohannah

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... a shower. But guess what? Before either of us made it to the bathroom there was a power (and water) cut! 3 nights in Honduras, 3 power cuts! After a few hours of hanging around the candlelit hostel wating for the power to come back on, the skies opened ...

Mayan Ruins, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by compassionfruit

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We visited the local museum first to educate ourselves about these particular ruins and the Mayans themselves. The sites here are the southern reach of the Mayan empire which flourished about 1300 - 1500 years ago. Very impressive and thought ...

Mezcal Ruinas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Mezcal Ruinas

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500

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My last night in Guatemala was supposed to be an early one because I had a 4 AM shuttle to Copan Ruinas in Honduras.  It didn't help, though,that when I went across the street to Cafe No Se to get some tacos and a couple drinks, I discovered ...

THE UGLIEST AMERICAN 3: Keep Yourself To Your Hand, Copan ruinas, Honduras travel blog

THE UGLIEST AMERICAN 3: Keep Yourself To Your Hand

A travel blog entry by theuglyamerican

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... days because I haven´t had a lick of time and that is no lie. Here´s why: When we last left me, I was in La Ceiba, Honduras on the Caribbean. I took a taxi from the bus station and got on a ferry. I shared the cab with a young Ohian who shared a ...

Copan  Baby!, Copan Ruinas, Honduras travel blog

Copan Baby!

A travel blog entry by delandems

... really and truly had enough of Antigua and cold weather so we decided to skip Lake Atitlan in Guat and head straight for Copan Ruinas in Honduras instead. We were so desperate to leave that we headed out to see if we could swing some bus tickets after we ...

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