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

    Catching Up

    A travel blog entry by abrand on Jul 10, 2015

    1 comment, 81 photos

    ... first time we had her by herself with no nanny or other adult. She did great. Let me tell you they know how to do a fireworks show here. The fireworks were constant for the entire time. Cristina (and we) loved it! While we had Cristina on her own we had the chance to give here the gifts we had brought her. She finally got the clothes she asked me if I had brought the first day. She pulled every piece out of the bag and hugged it ...

    Babies, Babies, Baby throw up, and more Babies

    A travel blog entry by abrand on Jul 03, 2015

    54 photos

    ... to the nannies up there, so their group tends to be in that room my help hasn't been needed. Today no group was in there so Chrissy and I started there and I stayed all afternoon. For a while I was the only one in there while the nanny went off to do some things. The kids in that room seem more calm. I don't think they get off schedule as much and handled as much because of where their room is. ...


    A travel blog entry by abrand on Jun 30, 2015

    64 photos

    ... grown on their peanut plantation. They bag these up and sell them for 15 quetzals. (About $2) It was a really neat experience for our group.

    After leaving Esteban's we headed to the market. It's not your typical tourist market, but rather the market the people use. Between the raw meat hanging and all the spices lying out, it wasn't always the best smell, plus all the sweaty bodies crammed into tight places. We didn't buy very much, except ...

    Sunday Guatemala Style

    A travel blog entry by abrand on Jun 28, 2015

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... of HOL to the newcomers. They had just arrived on campus yesterday. Of course our group had to tell them about cucos! At church the group from Connecticut shared 3 songs and one of their group members shared his testimony. Our group shared their Jesus painting. The sermon was in Spanish and a member from the other group translated it into English for us. It wasn't as hot or as long as last week's service I'm told.

    After lunch the kids ...

    Wall Dedication Day

    A travel blog entry by abrand on Jun 27, 2015

    81 photos

    ... their appreciation. What a humbling experience. Many of the kids of the village had bathed and dressed up before coming to the dedication. Even Kimberly, our little workhorse who showed up shirtless the first day. The funny thing was that before we left today she had already gone home today and changed and was running around the village once again in her shorts and shirtless!

    The dedication was another humbling experience. Henry and ...