Hotel Plaza Copan
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This is day 12 and we cross right across Guatemala to Honduras. A trip of 270 miles.
Didn't see much of the hotel last night but they gave us a good breakfast before we left at 730 am. Three miles into the journey and Alans bike is smoking. We stop and find that the oil filler cap is leaking, it is missing it's washer. Luckily I packed a few O …
... that cameras aren't good at capturing...not that we didn't try. It's really hard not to stop and take pictures when you're driving through such great surroundings...even if the locals stare at you in bewilderment. It's mountains and fog...what's the big deal? But after a few hours of it, we focused more on getting to our destination of Copan.
We really were focused on getting there...but when you see a roadside rodeo, you stop. Cowboys, ...
... a salsa and a spicy sauce (50L - £1.50) and very tasty! We then called by the supermarket for some bus snacks for the journey tomorrow!! I am feeling really big - the food here is so unhealthy. Lots of crisps, flour tortillas, cheese etc. After a quick rest, we headed back out at 4pm, for the 1 hour drive to the Aguas Calientes - hot springs! We drove through farm land, mountains, over rivers, through cute villages, saw a few cool birds and ...
... arrived we realised that they were friends of the owner and so we were informally introduced to everyone involved in the project. The owner’s son is married to a graphic artist whose work we had seen in Copan. Frida Larios. http://www.fridalarios.com/. We met her again a couple of days later on the bus to San Salvador. It's really nice stuff. I wasn’t sure why we needed to be there by ...
Honduras has not gotten off to a good
start. We arrived in Copan Ruinas, a very attractive mountain town,
that needed more than the one night we gave it. We missed the Ruins
and that was a shame, since I am writing this from not where I want
to be. . .
In Copan Ruinas, there is a German
Brewery and Restaurant called Sol de Copan. Tomas (German) and his
wife (Honduran) run the place. Good brews but not cheap since he
imports the malt, hops ...