Honduras Maya Hotel
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Got to Tegucigalpa last night from Copan Ruinas. Splashed out on a good hotel with a nice soft bed, strong hot shower and TV. Yep. Nice.
Today carry on my journey to Nicaragua. This had to be done as communication between one place and another is not good and the wawa is the only logical way to travel.
So here we go again - …
"Please don't go to the Capital babies, they will kill you," so said the Garifuna shopkeeper after we told her of our plan to escape the god forsaken rainy nightmare island that had imprisoned us for the last week.
After the rain finally stopped, we were on the first plane out. I don't know why the nice lady was afraid of us getting …
Arrival. I took the red eye out of LAX and got to Tegucigalpa via Houston International. According to the guide books, once you exit the airport, instead of hailing a taxi from the curb, walk yourself a few hundred yards to the main road and hail a cab there. It is supposed to be way cheaper. So that's what I did, and sure enough, it was way …
This weekend was one of historical and archaeological discovery. I crossed the broader into Honduras specifically to visit the Mayan ruins, I wasn't disappointed. Copan, Honduras for those of you interested is totally a tourist town specifically because of the amazing, picturesque ruins. Before I get into all of the details about the ruins, I …
... from Massachusetts who had made three previous trips; and Marlon, a Honduran dentist who has been out of school for a year or so. Nancy and Barbara, two nurses from Massachusetts and a Marisha, a nurse from Alaska were our dental assistants for the week. Nurses are probably the most versatile people in the world! My thanks to all three of you!
Three physicians were in our crew: Tom, a pediatrician from Boston ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services