Clarion Copan Ruinas
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Didn't sleep so well last night and woke up tired but unable to sleep at 4am.
By the time 6am appeared I just thought sod it, get up and face the day.
So I obeyed orders and repacked my case. For some reason it doesn't all seem to fit in anymore. Why? I've not bought anything, so it should.
We had been advised that our …
... problems as they had several attempts to rob the school. The property is actually quite large and has great potential, the different workshops are in separate buildings, and there is a guardian at night time with dogs, but he is unarmed, mainly because the gangs are all heavily armed and he would simply be no match for them. As well, lonely guards with a pistol or shotgun tend to be killed for the purpose of getting their weapon. The most a guardian can do is phone Sabrina ...
... 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 the border! We all exit the bus to go through our typical form filing and passport check. Then back on board. Bienvenidos a Honduras! Then it's onward to the little town of Copán Ruinas and our next archaeological site. Our small bus almost isn't quite small enough to get though the very narrow cobble stone streets. A bit of street "de-construction" is going on outside the hotel forces a little detour, but Kimmie knows how to get us there. The town appears to be built on the side of ...
... discovered later when we had entered Guatemala. We hoped that this would not have inconvenienced her too much in the form of a stern reprimand from her supervisor.
On a rainy afternoon, we (or rather the driver of the minivan) made quick work of the short 5 km distance to the border where the passports were stamped and a small fee collected on both sides. A few painless minutes later, we were in Guatemala. We did have a few ...