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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I discovered later checking the UK Foreign Office website that apparently the Honduran authorities do charge an official entry fee.
We'll quickly move on.
Copan Ruinas (that's the actual name of the town) was my final destination of the day and only 10km up the road. On the bus was an American lady who had been travelling for five months in Honduras (what people do for five months here would be interesting to find out) and ...
... just the way we like it. Drove for a couple of hours before hitting the Honduras border. Again quick and easy. I did like that when entering Honduras they had no computer system or anything they literally just found a blank page, stamped it and that was it. Didn't even look at the picture. Another 2/3 hours and we arrived at our hotel in Copán, Honduras. Feet were done for the day so just chilled in room. Some went out and did a horse riding tour and obvs I ...
... and after about 30 minutes Hector exited the and began walking along the side of the road in hopes he could find out what was happening. Sadly he discovered there had been a terrible accident in which a 17-year-old girl and a police officer both lost their lives. Apparently because a police officer was involved the family of the young girl insisted that a police chief be present on the scene to formally record the ...
It was a fairly early wake up this morning in order to head to the Copan ruins before the heat of the day and the blazing sun. We opted to have a Clif Bar for breakfast which looking back at it now was probably not the smartest of ideas as we were hungry early into our tour and all of the walking was pretty draining on the system. That combined with a fairly poor sleep the night before as our room backed on to one of the main roads through ...
... 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?