Hotel Marina Copan
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This is a gorgeous hotel--romantic nooks and crannies scattered on each floor provide beauty and seclusion. The front desk staff is extremely friendly and speaks excellent English; they will help you plan trips as well as call trusted cabs for you. Also, don't miss the great views from the rooftop balcony! Worth it in every way!
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... the maximum amount of time I could stay in Honduras was 30 days.
After a few emails back and forth to my boss, she told me I had 90 days in the country and it was OK to book my flight back home on Dec. 20. Phew. Then, when I got to Miami, nobody checked my return ticket! Agh! At least I booked a ticket I would actually use and not just a phoney one for immigration purposes.
Anyway, my mom and dad got me ...
... Leaving Lanquín early in the morning, our ridiculously expensive shuttle arrives in Antigua (30min drive from Guatemala City) in time for an amazing dinner in one of the towns hundreds of good restaurants. Another 4am shuttle the following day takes us up into the hills of Guatemala to the border with Honduras. Thankfully the border crossing was swift. There is no police presence and trucks ...
... and there’s my exclamation mark) but instead I’ll try to address my mother’s question in an email: “I must confess I can't imagine why anyone would want to bike all the way to the Panama up 'fearsome climbs.'” Some days as I’m toiling uphill in 30-plus-degree heat, trying to keep my energy output to a level that won’t make my head explode, I wonder the same thing. There are cheap buses going everywhere we’re going. Why suffer?
... than Guatemalan or Salvadorian – infact it lost the Pupusita – so it was worse! More fried chicken then – yaaaaaaay!
And that’s about all of note! I tried to plan all of the rest of my trip through Honduras, but of course most of that went to **** instantly. I booked a direct bus to the port town, where I’d get a boat to the island of Utila… where I promise I’ll have a lot more to talk rant about!
... year hiatus at the city, during which time Copán may have been subject to Quiriguá in a reversal of fortunes.
A significant portion of the eastern side of ...