Clarion Copan Ruinas
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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 …
... at the Miami airport hotel for my birthday and it was perfect because I was in no shape to sleep in the airport. I had a nice shower and soft bed, it was great.
Funny story. In the hotel restaurant in the morning a woman sitting nearby said:
"Wasn't that fire alarm crazy last night?"
"Uhm… what fire alarm?"
"Oh my god, they evacuated the whole building at 2:30 in the ...
... just pass through freely (god knows what they're transporting). This is definitely not the kind of place you want to hang around!
Copán is only 20mins from the border so we arrive just in time of a late breakfast of eggs, beans, rice, tortilla de maíz (corn) and freshly brewed coffee from the nearby hills. Having the entire day in front of us, we decide to head straight out to visit ...
... that cameras aren't good at capturing...not that we didn't try. It's really hard not to stop and take pictures when you're driving through such great surroundings...even if the locals stare at you in bewilderment. It's mountains and fog...what's the big deal? But after a few hours of it, we focused more on getting to our destination of Copan.
We really were focused on getting there...but when you see a roadside rodeo, you stop. Cowboys, ...
... time before heading off to the hot springs! But not before having stocked up on some Nicaraguan 4 year old rum (Flor de Cana). Got convinced to buy the big 1l bottle as well. It was only 20 Lempiras more which is less than a pound (who could blame us!). After a bumpy 45 min ride through the Hondurian countryside, we got to the ...