The Lodge and Spa at Pico Bonito
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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My last weekend in Honduras was packed with events as I continue to "shadow" Melo on his journey. After picking up Dunia we left El Progreso around 8 am and headed east towards La Ceiba. Melo was driving but he had been up since 4 am so he could drive his grandniece to work in San Pedro Sula. Along the way we stopped to buy a rotisserie chicken and some tortillas. At that point Melo went into the back seat to try to sleep. The highway was in good shape, as it is a major ...
... experience the white-water rafting which is known as Central America's premier rafting experience. We were up early the next day for a quick brekkie before heading to our start point. We were really lucky as there were four of us but they put us into two separate boats. This was great as we had loads of space but also the guy in the other boat was incredibly annoying, oh and threw up part way through the trip (multiple times!)! We spent the next two and a half hours rafting ...
... and said they are lovely, the girls even bought them chocolates at break time!
By the afternoon I was feeling a bit better so went with the others to our Spanish classes. Everything from yesterday seems to have sunk in, or at least it's not as confusing as I was finding it yesterday!
... a shiny record in the safety department. We arrived in the city of La Ceiba just as dusk was setting in. We had chosen our hostel (which we had been told was a dive) based on it's proximity to the bus station. We were a little surprised when our bus didn't head toward the bus station but instead pulled up into a parking lot with not much nearby. We hadn't had a chance to visit an ATM yet and still only had ...
... scene. These ruins were built by the Mayan people of the area between 600 to1200AD and were discovered in the late 1800s but until around 1930s were not excavated. We spent a few hours wandering the site and took loads of photos of course. There is a small museum there too.It is a UNESCO site and again well worth the visit. Back in Papantla we had a quick look at the market and zocalo with it's mighty cathedral looming over ...