Hotel Graditas Mayas

Main Street, Copan, 504, Honduras | 2 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 28, 2014

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... entering and exiting the bus, a full-blown, frenzied, frenetic, fan-fare from food-fetching, fanatical folk, for fearful famished fellows, fearing feeble, future feeding.

The change-over was swift, and my leg room was laughable. At one point, one of the over-zealous guys on the bus who helps with the bags lost his balance while holding a huge sack of goods and almost knocked it into the driver´s ...

Ruins,hot springs and cowboys.

A travel blog entry by queenietord on May 04, 2014


We are now in a place called Copan which is very quaint with cobbled streets which undulate in every direction. It is inhabited by very short people who have the cutest children. The men all wear white cowboy hats, check shirts and very pointed cowboy boots some with metal embellishments on the tips. They hang around on the street corners looking moody. Most of them carry machetes too and last night a couple of the guys saw the police ...

Long Road to Ruins

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on May 01, 2014

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... which was now being strewn across the eating facilities of the hostel. Nope. We will not be having breakfast here. We went down the street and found a hole-in-the-wall restaurant where some soldiers and police were eating breakfast. Seemed like a safe bet.
With bellies full, and bedbug-free, we hopped in el Burro and headed for the ruins...500 meters from our hostel. I guess we coulda walked. Meh.
Before we even entered the ruins, ...

Honduras Antics

A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Dec 09, 2013

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... top, where we wet for a lovely fresh swim in the river above. When I say fresh, I mean it was freezing! We pulled out the camping gear and cooked up a nice lunch and had a really great lazy afternoon there.

Our last venture was a bit on the boring side, but in the name of exercise we udertook the 6km walk into town and back. There's feck all there, which is why it was a kind of boring one, to wrte about anyway. The found the canal which was nice, ...

2 birds that DO exist

A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Oct 18, 2013

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... we did't saw 1 quetzal, we saw 16 resplendent quetzales in only 3 hours!!!

Next we went to the largest indigenous market in Guatemala to buy souvenirs: Chichicastenango. We hope that our closest family will be happy with the result ;)

Another country: Honduras. Yes! After 11 months I can add a 5th country on my list :D

We only went to 1 village, but still. Copán Ruinas to visit the Maya ruins of ...

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