Hotel Las Puertas de Suchitoto
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After a fitful night's sleep we woke up wondering how were we going to manage to fill in the time here. I took one look at Jess and knew we had to make a plan to fix things. First step was breakfast. After meeting with the hostel owner Roberto we hit the streets looking for a good place to eat. We found the best hotel in town, Los Alemendros, and ate within the sumptuous grounds of this colonial hacienda. After a decent breakfast amid the ...
We had an early start (for us) to get cool of the day. The Mayan ruins at Copán don't open until 8am so no sunrise visit here. That was fine though - a delicious 3 course breakfast at Doña Elena's and we were ready. The four of us jumped in a passing tuk-tuk and five minutes later we were lining up to buy our tickets. The pricing is quite complicated and the signs are all in Spanish so eventually I worked out that we were not Hondurans, not from the rest of Central America, so ...
Big travel day today. Met at 6:00am and had to get little boat across the estuary again. The skin on my feet had gotten progressively bad and could hardly walk so Jeff let me ride in the cart with the bags so I didn't have to walk along the beach. We boarded the little boat and I could tell something wasn't right. I'd had a few stomach cramps just after I'd gotten but thought nothing of it as I just hadn't had breakfast ...
... s mom and family. Theirs turned our perfectly round with just the right of filling every time, ours not so much, but we will keep practicing. We got to spend time at the nearby lake and watched the kids make a sand castle. We got to feel at home as we watched Sunday night football (even though the commentators were speaking Spanish) and we got to watch some cake boss and pawn stars ...
Hi everyone! This Saturday was our first day off so here's
what we did:
I remember when I was a child my grandparents took me
raspberry and strawberry picking. I always loved the novelty of being able to
pick your own fruit and fill punnets upon punnets of berries, me and my sister
used to have competitions to see how full we could get ours. We went to a big
farm and then we’d have our punnets weighed and buy the fruit we’d ...