Hotel Graditas Mayas

Address: Main Street, Copan, 504, Honduras | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Main Street, Copan.
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        Travel Blogs from Copan

        Azacualpa and Pinabete

        A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 05, 2015

        3 comments, 12 photos

        ... receive 7-8000 Lempiras monthly (US$350), Sabrina as Principal is earning L.11,000 because of her position and her many years of teaching. In Honduras such salaries are above the national average, for the second poorest country in the Americas, but these salaries would not provide a wage earner with enough to support properly a family of 5. Some of the teachers I spoke to, because they taught technical programs, were able to do a second job in their field, which would at least ...

        Copan, Honduras

        A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 11, 2015

        1 photo

        ... rising up into the dense jungle around. Some pools were extremely hot and Swiss Julia nearly burnt her foot after not seeing the big sign saying not to go in the pool. Beside the rock pool was a steaming waterfall appearing from a tunnel in the rock face and cascading down into a shallow clear brook. The springs were so relaxing and coupled with alcohol it set off the birthday celebrations fantastically! For dinner Ingrid had set up a surprise for us. In they midst ...

        Three countries, two hostels, one day and a bit

        A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 03, 2015

        17 photos

        ... simply pocketing the cash.

        We all piled back into the minibus and drove for another hour or so through a landscape that was becoming more mountainous. We reached the Guatemalan exit post where they again stamped the passport, before we wandered the short distance over the road to the Honduran immigration office.

        Here we had to fill out a form, the duplicate of which was stapled into the passport and they requested a US$3 entry fee in local currency. I ...

        Hooray Honduras

        A travel blog entry by laureneden on Feb 18, 2015

        17 photos

        ... 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 ...

        Non-spending money

        A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 31, 2014

        3 comments, 32 photos

        ... are always at the losing end of conversion transactions - just look at the spread between buy and sell rates posted by financial institutions. In order to minimize this reverse loss, we always endeavor to budget with minute precision the expenses for the last few hours before exiting. This attitude had resulted in a hilarious episode in Fukuoka on our last night in Japan, where we carefully scanned the menu and ordered one sake between ...