Hotel Camino Maya
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Copan
... to be let out in the middle of the town, otherwise it was a walk up a steep hill to her hotel. I asked her if she knew the Blue Iguana hostel and she confirmed it was nearby and if I followed her she would point it out. Sweet! Sure enough, it was only a few hundred metres away.
Once again I appeared to have a dormitory room all to myself. Talk about being off the beaten track. In saying that, Copan Ruinas is one of those towns on the backpackers routes in ...
... me to freely ride the horse (worrying called "loco") through the town, then along a river, up into the mountains into a maya village where the maya people tried to flog you loads of tat. Then I went to some natural hot springs that had been made into a spa in the jungle where I met some elderly Americans ("y'all have those Danged mozalims over there in England?") who invited me to ride with them in their nice bus to Guatemala for free so off to Guatemala I ...
... puposas it was time to sample the delights of shots of tequila........ Hil, Reuben and I were the only ones in the bar so we got to DJ, tequila shots still flowing and after happy hour had finished we refused to pay anymore than what we had previously being paying!! Behind the bar was a sound proofed dance floor, we danced the night away with a few more shots of tequila......... It's fair to say the following day was a right ...
... have had partial rebuilds and lots of jungle remains in place on the side of the structures which makes for amazing scenery. The Scarlet Macaw is the national bird of Honduras but it's number are very grim, a number of captive birds have been released at the site which makes for great viewing. After an amazing afternoon chilling at the site we headed off for some lunch then headed up to Macaw Mountain a bird sanctuary of rescued, abandoned ...
... front porch. Most of them were in use. As we dropped altitude we noticed the vegetation change. Gone was the thick jungle for the first time since we landed in Central America. Now it was a drier, sparser landscape. We followed the Rio Grande o Camotán for a long time. It's quite low just now but you can see that in the wet season it would be wide and fast moving. There appear to be tuk-tuks in every town we pass. ...