Posada Del Cristo Negro

Km. 224 Ruta Interamericana, Chiquimula, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chiquimula

Copan Ruins

A travel blog entry by tomandkate

45

... in Copan with no hostel booked but found a nice hotel with HOT water - first hot water shower in over 40days fair to say I was stoked! Copan was a small town and the first night there there was a very important soccer game on between Honduras and Panama to qualify for the World Cup so everyone was wearing their soccer shirts and waving the national flag. We had dinner and hit the hay knowing we were going to see the ...

Copan Ruins

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont

3

... was the macaw because their feathers were three colours; red, yellow and blue. The red represents the blood, the yellow represents the sun and the blue represents the sky, which made them a very special bird. So much so that they were made animal sacrifices...don't ask me why?? So what started off to be a simple visit to the Copan Ruins ended up being an animal spotting extravaganza!! By Amber!! ...

The Ruins of Copan, Honduras

A travel blog entry by dreams2reality

48

... where I was from. Long story short, I found out that he and his family had lived in Florida and Louisiana. It was so great to finally be able to talk and communicate to these nice local people who are more than happy to converse with you! After finishing my atole I asked Juanita if I could take a photo with her and she was more than happy to as she grabbed her large spoon to pose for the photo while she was stirring her pot of atole.
After we took the photo, I was ...

Chiqi-Chiqi-Mula

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

1

... comfortable. It has been quite possibly by favourite Central American destination to date and one I would have no problems coming back to. Sadly though today it really was time to move on, so after one final trip to the bagel barn, Cori, Tasha a I (Sadly Patrick had decided to stay in Antigua afterall) packed up and headed out of town. As neither of them had yet to ride in a tuktuk we piled all of our bags in the ...

Copan and Las Sepulturas ruins

A travel blog entry by sarahbooth

35

... br>
Up the side of the temple of inscriptions and onto the main site I'd hardly seen a thing! It was great to walk across the top of the temple. To see the hills beyond the site but also to see the whole of the Great Plaza. There were beautiful carvings up here too. Behind here were several other plazas. Most plazas had stepped sides. Up here most of the trees were gone and it was neater but there were still some trees to add to the drama. Most of the sides had carving, statutes ...

Location

This hotel, located on Km. 224 Ruta Interamericana, Chiquimula, is near Semuc Champey and Lanquin Caves.
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