Clarion Copan Ruinas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Right up the hill from our hotel, along a dirt track made challenging by last nights rain, is the relatively newly opened site of Rastrojón, located just two kilometers from the Archaeological Park of Copán. It includes buildings with vaulted rooms constructed entirely of cut stone blocks, equipped with benches plastered and decorated with …
... to be let out in the middle of the town, otherwise it was a walk up a steep hill to her hotel. I asked her if she knew the Blue Iguana hostel and she confirmed it was nearby and if I followed her she would point it out. Sweet! Sure enough, it was only a few hundred metres away.
Once again I appeared to have a dormitory room all to myself. Talk about being off the beaten track. In saying that, Copan Ruinas is one of those towns on the backpackers routes in ...
... to do that but sometimes I just have to do what is best for me. Jeff said that he is organising another hot springs for tomorrow afternoon so I'm just praying that the pies (sorry that didn't come across, pies is Spanish for feet, said like pee-ayes, you know what, never mind), praying that my feet are good enough by then so I can at least do that. So three countries in one day, pretty cool. Some more to tick off my list. We'll see what happens tomorrow. The journey awaits ...
... they would allow traffic to move. After about an hour we were moving again reminded of the fragility of life.
From Joya de Cerén, we head to the border of Guatemala, stopping en route in the little town Santa Ana for lunch at the Portland Bar and Grill . . . sounds like home doesn't it? Good Food!
As we approached the border it was raining and we noticed lots and lots of ...
... a decent hill on it. Every diesel truck that drove by and downshifted in the night sounded like it was going through our room waking is up. Our local guide met us at our hotel and walked to the ruins which were about 2km away. Copan was once a major Mayan city for about 400 years and it was abandoned when the resources in the area ran out. It was a really fascinating place with parts still being dug out by archeologists while other ...