Yat B'alam Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the ruins without getting bogged down by technical details, we focused on a few broad areas of interest: The Rulers and their constructions, a high level layout of the ruins with a few highlights mentioned in the guidebooks. We are not going to bore you with the details, but reading the brief summary below will help your understanding of the significance of the dynasty and their achievements.
16 rulers reigned from 426 AD to ...
... but they seem to be more serious. We were so happy to be on our way. The bad and unreliable company, and the one with most of the fault was named Casa Verde Travel Agency; it´s the one on the corner right after you get off the dock. Try to avoid this one if you can!
We arrived in Antigua and went to the same place that we had been before. It was cheap and had a very nice hot shower, just what we needed :)
Day 1: November 14, 2013
We woke up at ...
... of their endeavors: Xukpi (to the Maya), now known as the ruins of Copán. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980, Copán is Honduras' most significant pre-Columbian site and the most elaborate of all Mayan cities, earning it the title "Athens of the Mayan World."
At the site we are introduced to our ...
... Chile, so I was thinking of creative ways to get there. I found out there is no highway through Panama to Colombia, so I'll have to fly at some point. But the question is where. I have a bunch of stuff, so there is a possibility of mailing it. However, at the moment, I have no address to mail it to.
After about three hours of drinking coffee, watching ...
... has been a landslide and we did see a number of them. It is very difficult to pass a vehicle safely because there are so few straightaways; it is good that they limit the number of slow-going trucks. I have to say our drive was amazing!
We settled into our hotel in Copan and because of the late hour again we decided to skip dinner and opted for a bowl of soup in the hotel dining room. We will do dinner in town tomorrow ...