Don Udo's Hotel and Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Room service
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Arrived at Copan town, very close to the Copan ruins. This is the most southern of the Mayan sites. Interesting about this site is when the old king died, he was buried in his temple or palace and the new king will build over the old buildings, so the site is in different layers. One of the temples ...
... very itchy from so many mosquito bites.
Today, however, we all worked like beasts. El Jefe at Por Venir was expecting 40 volunteers, and we were only 25 when no one was sick, but I told Mario that were a hardworking group and up to the challenge. Not only did we meet the week’s goal, we exceeded it! The residents at Por Venir were so appreciative of our time there and when Mario stood up to speak this afternoon he could barely get the words out. Which, ...
... 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 ...
... didn't realise it was back down the path, but luckily max offered to give me a lift and I don't know how he got across one of the bridges as even Jeff fell over. Made it to dinner with the usual rice and beans and shiz. Drove back home whilst singing along to some tunes including abba and titanic in the van back and passed straight out. Moving to our last stop before some of the group leaves us tomoz. The journey awaits ...
... as carbonized materials or as casts in the ash deposits. Cultivated fields and other vegetation have also been uncovered that include fields of maize plants, a garden with a variety of herbs, fruit trees, including guava and cacao.
To date, a total of 18 structures have been identified and 10 have been completely or partially excavated including a large community building, two houses, three, one kitchen, ...