La Posada De Belssy
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... than Guatemalan or Salvadorian – infact it lost the Pupusita – so it was worse! More fried chicken then – yaaaaaaay!
And that’s about all of note! I tried to plan all of the rest of my trip through Honduras, but of course most of that went to **** instantly. I booked a direct bus to the port town, where I’d get a boat to the island of Utila… where I promise I’ll have a lot more to talk rant about!
... restaurants and hotels. Somehow I did not take any pictures of the town.
Dinner that night was at Via Via. My Completo was a steak and chicken table buffet with guacamole, beans, cheese, chismol tortillas for L 170 / NZ $ 10 / US $ 8.30. I had no ideal ...
... behind us!
After meeting a gigantic beetle at the border, unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you look at it we arrived in Copan on the Honduras side just after 11am and missed the connection. No big deal though when there is a great set of Mayan ruins 1Km up the road to pass a few hours until the next bus. Just means we had to stay in La Ceiba overnight and would not be able to get the ferry to Utila until the following morning.
... we just duck under them, with our bags, esky, chef, food... no problem at all. But they were open so we pay, walk a short distance through the bush, over a rope bridge and past many small pools of varying temperatures, the higher up the hill, the hotter the water. We choose a large rockpool that fits us all, jump in and again crack open the beers. It was a very awesome, relaxing few hours. Once it gets dark we are guided back down the hill ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada De Belssy Copan
Room was pretty small but it had all the amenities, a nice roof top terrace with a tiny pool and was hard to beat for the price (300L).
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