Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Copan
... residential streets knocking on doors and gates asking if anyone is interested. Women's and children's clothing sells the best. We went back to the small room where Magna and her baby live, in less than satisfactory conditions, but that is an on-going situation. I gave to Magna some special gifts sent to her by a friend on Gabriola Island. Magna was thrilled with a special bracelet that had 6 hearts, one for each of her children. We made arrangements for me ...
... Copan is lovely, cobbled streets, old buildings, people are friendly and it's safe. Lots of local old guys in cowboy hats relaxing around all day. I Really enjoyed my time there and would like to attend spanish school there when I have more time. I think the danger in Central America is really overrated and mainly just confined to gang problems not involving tourists much. I went to a bird rescue centre that rescues pet birds, breeds them and realises them ...
So keeping our fingers crossed that Hilary and I could pay in dollars to cross the border didn't work...... Thankfully Kelly helped us out but this did for some reason cause the both of us lots of laughter! Laughing is not a great thing to do whilst at a border crossing but luckily for us the immigration lady found it hilarious and we were allowed into Honduras!!! First port of call in Copan was obviously a cashpoint, I will learn how ...
... red tiled roofs, cute colonial buildings and a very happy local Honduran population. We checked into a lovely hostel with a great rooftop terrace and headed off for some local delicious street food for about $2 each. The next day we enjoyed a late start to the day and walked the 1km out of town to Mayan ruins. These ruins were a dominate part of the Mayan civilisation being the major city located in the south of the Mayan cultural area from 250AD ...
Ok, so our van turned up as planned. We drove to the laundry when guess what? It wasn't open. We waited for a while, planning what to do without any change of clothes when someone turned up and opened the front door. Finally we were off, an hour late on what we were told was a six hour drive. We had a fairly boring drive back through Guatemala City but after that the traffic fell away and we could see the magnificent ...