Hotel El Peregrino
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with us and they were quite adamant that they had to find out what was happening with the German game! Everyone was disappointed when there was no television at the border crossing, however I'm sure people would've stayed longer at the border if there were a television tuned into the game! We started our day by taking a shuttle bus from Antiqua to Copán and I ...
... we all headed out to a restaurant and I tried some Tipico - a local dish which is like a bento box! You get a small amount of rice, some black beans, a small square of very strong cheese (bit like a strong feta), some salsa, a piece of BBQ-ed chicken, half an avocado, some sour cream, cooked plantain and some flour tortilla wraps. It was a tad bland, but was ok (100L - £3.15). All the food across the countries seems to be fairly similar. And not very ...
... attention. Leaving behind the racket of the howler monkeys, we strolled the forested paths of the site from temple to temple in tranquility. On our second pass through the Gran Plaza (where the most-photographed temples are), we could see the tour buses had arrived and it was time to go. We caught a collectivo mini-van back to El Remate at 1:00, and it was from this trip that I know they can pack 28 people in a mini-van. We picked up every single person along the road who wanted ...
... packed week that I'm having a hard time even remembering yesterday. We had two extra people on our drive to San Pablo today, but Nils (one of our two translators didn't come) We got to the house and saw the finished concrete. Nils was hard at work running the electrical wires for the outlets and switches. The main goal of today was to dig a ditch/trench to connect the houses bathroom sewer line to the main sewer line in the street. We got it all ...
... work and made the time go by very quickly. It was so amazing to see everything being done so skillfully without modern tools. When we were done we had some concrete left over we asked the family if they wanted to put a stepping stone type thing in the back of the house with their hand prints. They said yes and it turned out to be like a step with a cross made out of rocks that we found in the front of the house. The husband and ...
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