Hacienda San Lucas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
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... different types of birds, where they had come from, why they have been rescued and the special relationship between the Mayan people and the Scarlet Macaw (Honduras' national bird). It was a great morning walking through the sanctuary and coming up close and personal with all the birds, especially the Toucans and Macaws. For not being a bird person I was thoroughly taken with the place. We really loved our few days in Honduras and will miss the cowboy outfits especially! Time to hit ...
... bus company directly. We ate the smallest pizza in the world and waited, seething, for the bus to arrive.
It came at 3.20pm, and took longer than the two and a half hours it was meant to. We finally arrived in Copan at 6.30pm, more than 12 hours after we'd set off, from a journey that was meant to take seven hours. One ferry, one taxi and two buses later, we'd arrived.
We got off the bus just outside of Copan, and the ...
... as the crow flies, but ends up taking about four hours.
Leaving El Salvador was a formality. They did give you a little numbered ticket which you then handed to an official about 50 metres down the road before you crossed a bridge. Not entirely sure what the point of that was. Do a lot of people abscond before they get to the bridge? Who knows?
Next stop was the Guatemalan post where once again they had the cheek to ask for cash. I was in a bit of a ...
... ruins we have seen and don't have anything to compare them to, but we were pretty impressed. Bob and I went back to the room to sleep and try to get over a stomach problem. We have been pretty relaxed on what we have been eating and drinking. There has been ice in most of our drinks. We started the trip saying, "sin heillo" "no ice", but our sunset cruises, and rum and cokes seemed to always have ice ...
... targeted by bandits. Pesky third world problems! Honduras has won the title of highest murder rate in the world a few years running because of gang crime/drug cartels. I went in a private blacked out windows shuttle and when the bus driver left the bus he locked everyone in.I stayed in a beach resort near San Salvador and the next day travelled onwards to Honduras. El Salvador is covered with volcanoes and the north of the country ...