Clarion Copan Ruinas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
Plans to head to the olde Central American capital of Gracias were shelved early as accomodation prices seemed quite high. Whilst I was keen to go I don't think it'll offer much more than what I've seen in the colonial towns of Leon or Granada. Antigua is also fast approaching. When I think about it the main drive seemed to be the need to explore a bit more of Honduras. With no rafting today I'll have only visited two places before bouncing out, ...
... scrambled eggs, toast, a dish of fruit, OJ and some coffee. All included in the US$8 per night charge. Now that is real value for money. Naila revealed she was also heading to the ruins as soon as she had got her early morning coffee.
As it was a distance of only about one kilometre out of the town, we set off to walk while Naila stopped to get some cash. Unfortunately her debit card was being refused at each bank she tried, so had to return to the hostel to get ...
... bath first, it was lovely and warm and had a large pot of clay mud to slather over ourselves. Once the clay had dried we washed it off and admired how smooth our skin felt! We moved on to the foot massage pool which was split into 2 sections, one hot and one cold, with smooth stones loose in the bottom of each pool. After a couple of circuits we moved on to the steam baths which were literally a ledge perched over a waterfall where the steam from ...
... so happy to get off the airplane in San Pedro Sula. The baggage claim and immigration areas were jam packed full. Two flights had arrived at the same time and turned the airport into chaos. We were corralled into something resembling lines and I joked around with some cardboard box salesmen the whole time. Seriously, that's what they were.
Anyway, customs took forever and I felt bad for the people who were ...