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... pleased to have visited Copan with its many carved stones.
We debated amongst ourselves the value of collectors taking carved stones for museums and think it is for the best. At least they are preserved although often in another land.
On this tour we enlisted the help of another english speaking guide. Our man had a great sense of humour and added significantly to the value of our visit.
Pyramid El Sol (Pyramid of the Sun):
As we ...
... when we stumbled upon El Cardenal, we couldn't pass this great classic. Of the many places we had dinner during our stay, this was one of the favorites. Matt joined us for a lovely evening of chicken mole, sangria, vegetable/fruit salad, coffee and the BEST tres leche cake.
A $60 peso cab ride back to the hotel, an end to a perfect day!
I love this ancient city known for it's high voltage hit of history and humanity.
... was VERY uneventful, as I studied all day for my test on Monday. Monday was almost the same, as I wrote a movie review and studied for Tuesday's test. However, after those first rough 2 days we had a great week! Wednesday we went to Tlatelolco, aka The Plaza of Tres Culturas. We learned about the Masacre de Tlatelolco, where the government shot and killed over 200 students who were meeting peacefully in the plaza to protest the rampant corruption in ...
... the pyramid of the Sun and after a few breaks on the way up, I saw the amazing view the Aztecs must have seen. It was amazing. This was a great ancient site I have wanted to see for a long time and so it was an amazing feeling to be finishing my trip with a visit to this architectural wonder. Once we had all soaked in the huge site, we started to get really hot and knew it was time to head back to the city. I decided to finish my day with some quick souvenir shopping in one ...
... Geographic photographers from around the ...