Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Copan
... just became a game of keep-away, which proved very
entertaining for him! I am proud to share that ONCE I was able to touch the
ball as he showed off his fancy footwork.
This afternoon we spent hanging out with the Villa kids and
they were so excited to get all of the pictures I printed for them from the
last 3 summers I was here. But then kids I didn’t even know started asking for
pictures of them, which, obviously, I didn’t ...
... the route provided us. I don't know if maybe there had been a small earthquake or maybe it was leftover slips from the wet season but there were fallen rocks all over the road. In places it was so bad that one side of the highway had been shut off because it was completely covered in rocks. And by rocks I mean boulders as big as a car, some even larger. We passed many dusty shacks with hammocks positioned under ...
... I've been. Had some breakfast well a breakfast burrito actually - the only option at 8:00 on a Monday. Okay I should explain that a Monday in Central America is like a Sunday in the uk where most things are shut or don't open until later. Travelling to Honduras today but what I didn't realise was that we had to drive for a few hours through Guatemala first to get to Honduras. You can tell your with a bunch of travellers when all you get excited about when crossing ...
... 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 ...
... the victims of violence and exploitation, in women's rights, the struggle of indigenous peoples, and social communication. In particular there is a special attention paid to the problems of the mass migration towards the North of hundreds of thousands fleeing violence and extreme poverty.
I did not want to, nor could I, present a traditional or classic religious retreat. With much help from members of RP with whom I share a work room and computers, I was able to develop ...