Hotel Acropolis Maya
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- Swimming pool
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Only two days in Honduras, today being the first and a travel day. Our journey was a record setting 5 hrs instead of the pre foreseen 8 thanks to a great driver. After settling into our hotel, it was off to lunch, sampling the local dish 'Baleada'. It seems kind of like an unsealed calzone but you have a giant tortilla folder over in half with your fillings in the middle. I opted out of the beans and just got the avocado and cheese which made it much lighter. ...
... stucco masks on display that were original features of the tunnels.
After about three hours, I had decided that it was time for the museum (which was recommended by several people) as I felt I had pretty much covered the site. Naila said she wanted to come back in the afternoon. I think she felt some sort of spiritual connection with the place.
We stopped for lunch.
Or at least I did.
Then we headed to the museum which was ...
... to a great little cafe that made it's own cheeses and proceeded to stuff ourselves whilst quaffing some wine. The cheese was awesome but the definite highlight were that there were the cutest pug puppies ever living there along with their dad. They got so much attention (OK I have my fair share) and we're absolutely adorable! Without trying to make it sound like a pub crawl it sort of became that as we then went to a rooftop bar for sundowners to sort out more of our ...
... the dynasty and later rulers Smoke Monkey, Smoke Shell etc. could not govern with confidence. The reason for the collapse of the kingdom is still not universally agreed upon but the most plausible explanation is that environmental factors and population growth caused it. The Rio Copan valley experienced droughts, deforestation, massive soil erosion and sudden floods. This compounded with the Mayan slash-and-burn agricultural practices may ...
... As we set of I though I have no idea where we are going and no money! He took us about 200 yards round the corner to a small place. Inside the courtyard was a small boutique hotel 6 rooms upstairs all with aircon sitting room and a balcony lovely. Marvin went back for Tom and Lindsay who had pulled a couple of chicks. We bump into them later when trying to find a restaurant.
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