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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Hola, dormí muy bien,lugar muy tranquilo, ya a las 7 estábamos saliendo del hotel, sin tomar desayuno, queríamos aprovechar cada minuto, a ver si podíamos hacer lo que parecía imposible, retomar el programa.
Ya habían 25 grados y la carretera estaba llena de gente, vehículos, camiones y harto tráfico, llena de hoyos, muy mala, y todas las …
Sunday, February 15
Today, we leave lovely Antigua and head off northeast past Guatemala City and onward to Copán Ruinas City in Honduras. We have an escort for our trip up into the highlands. A security car follows us, stopping when we do, and the guards waiting patiently off to the side while we make stops. We don't encounter any …
... jumped at the chance to sell us their business. We spoke to one and the deal sounded pretty good, so he took us to his hotel in his jeep. We agreed to stay after viewing the room, which looked pretty nice until we spotted the cockroach. We tried to catch him and failed, only to end up finding a dead one whilst looking for the live one. Yikes. Otherwise, the hostel was good and met all of our needs, with extremely friendly owners.
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 ...
... notes which were not in pristine condition with something that was. To our surprise, the cashier (we had to wait 15 minutes before our turn due to the fact that it was pay day on Dec. 31) not only understood our purpose but actually went out of her way to exchange 2 Lempira notes for their equivalent value in centavos. And even packed them nicely in clear plastic bags. And in the process ended up giving us an extra 10 centavos which error ...