Hotel Camino Maya

Address: Barrio el Centro, Copan, Honduras | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Barrio el Centro, Copan, is near Site Museum Ruines de Copan and Finca el Cisne.
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      Travel Blogs from Copan

      Copan

      A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 03, 2015

      10 photos

      ... these birds in the wild.
      Late afternoon was spent in Jaguar Hot Water Springs. Lovely setting in pools with hot water waterfall showers. Sitting in a rock pool drinking beer is highly recommended. Different pools with varying temperatures, from scalding hot to ice cold. Came out with wrinkly fingers and ...

      Non-spending money

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 31, 2014

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... its energy and buzz and its nightlife.

      We had a very dramatic welcome to the country when we reached Antigua at dusk. As soon as we shouted our hotel name to the driver, a European couple seated in front of us mentioned to us that they had booked that very hotel just 3 days ago (and using the same internet hotel booking site as we later discovered) and were denied on arrival. While this could have been a one time bad experience, ...

      Goodbye Guatemala, Hello Honduras

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... a vital form of public transport for locals as far as I can tell. About 12km from our destination we crossed the border from Guatemala into Honduras. Leaving Guatemala was pretty straight forward - a stamp in our passports and we were good to go. Entering Honduras was a little more complicated but not a lot. We lined up, were given forms to fill out, then we lined up again (same line), had our passports stamped and ...

      3 countries in a day

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 18, 2014

      1 comment

      ... I've been. Had some breakfast well a breakfast burrito actually - the only option at 8:00 on a Monday. Okay I should explain that a Monday in Central America is like a Sunday in the uk where most things are shut or don't open until later. Travelling to Honduras today but what I didn't realise was that we had to drive for a few hours through Guatemala first to get to Honduras. You can tell your with a bunch of travellers when all you get excited about when crossing ...

      Joya de Ceren UNESCO World Heritage Site

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... no grand temples here but the site offers a glimpse into the lives of the common man in a farming community.

      Coming back out to the highway we find it once again blocked by traffic; our driver skillfully found side streets that allowed us forward progress for a period of time but eventually we ran out of options and had to re-enter the highway where we sat and sat and sat. Traffic was not moving in ...