Clarion Copan Ruinas
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... here if you understand Spanish: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baleada
I also had a nice chat with two school kids from a bilingual school who were happy to practice their English at a mini markt. The evening entertainment was a crazy film called Ghost Rider with Nicolas Cage accompanied by a 2 Euro bottle of Bacardi Gold (200ML) and coke mixers. I won´t make a habit of it as alcohol is dirt cheap here.
... with statues and altars, and highlighted by a miniature pyramid, which was open to crawling tourists. We roamed the field of ruins, and then found our way to the main area, where protective coverings diminished the beauty, but not its impressiveness. It was fronted by a stairway of heroes, which had intricately carved images of gods and kings ascending upward to where a main altar used to be. Behind this, the complex grew and stacked up upon itself ...
... the other sites that we have seen was this is where is this spectacular staircase. It has the longest pre-Columbian with over 2,000 hieroglyphic inscriptions on ...
Monday 2nd December
We are back on the pan american highway from Guatamala city to Copan, an hour over the border into Honduras, traveling in a modern 25 seater Mercedes. There are 15 in our group plus a driver and Javier, our guide. (In Spanish a 'j' is pronounced like 'ch' in Scottish loch.) The highway is pretty good, with service stations (including Shell), the occasional shopping mall and restrooms that would ...
... 18 carrots lol).
We had one full day in Copan which I think has been my most interesting day in years and years and years. Started with a tour guide collecting us from the hotel and walked us the 10 mins down to the Copan Ruinas site, giving us info along the way. We spent probly about 2 hours wandering around the ruins, it would of sucked without a guide so if you ever go there make sure you get one. Fabian organised ours for us ...