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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel-Hostal Berakah Copan
This was a really good hostel! The rooms were really clean and well kept, the terrace upstairs is very nice, and the staff is really helpful! Rafael was working the majority of the time I was there, and he helped me find good cheap places to eat, helped me book a shuttle, and went above and beyond what he needed to do. He and the owner we both great guys. I would recommend this hotel/hostel to everyone planning a trip to Copan.
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... does everyone carry a gun because it's the most violent country? Chicken or egg? Either way, there were only 3 of us in the car, 596 people shy of a statistic...so we were good.
After the boarder crossing (and during) the downpour was relentless...yay rainy season. So we took the road slowly...ish. But after the sky worked the weather tantrum out of its system, we were left with fog-cushioned mountain views. They were pretty spectacular, but in ...
... kind of ruined the photos!) Overall, these ruins weren't as impressive as Tikal. Tikal was my favourite. But what was different was the amount of detailed, ornate hieroglyphics that were still visible. Carved into the pyramids, onto random stones and onto larger columns, which have been preserved. No one knows how to read these though, so for now, they are just pretty carvings! After a while wandering around, we headed out. There was a '30 ...
... time before heading off to the hot springs! But not before having stocked up on some Nicaraguan 4 year old rum (Flor de Cana). Got convinced to buy the big 1l bottle as well. It was only 20 Lempiras more which is less than a pound (who could blame us!). After a bumpy 45 min ride through the Hondurian countryside, we got to the ...
There is a Mayan site up the road from Copan that no one seems to go to called Sepulturas. It’s included in the price of the Copan ticket so we thought we’d take the 3km stroll to see what it was all about. It’s not as spectacular as the main attraction but it was definitely worth the effort - not least because we had the whole place to ourselves. ...
... it wouldn't be a trip to Honduras without an up close experience with their national bird!
We took a tuk tuk to the reserve which only cost $2. When we arrived, Polly, a green parrot came out and kept saying "hola"! It was pretty cute...as I observed from a distance. We were given a trail map of the reserve and we followed it to see every enclosure. There were many macaws, different parrots, owls, toucans and also a large variety of plant ...