Casa Castejon at Finca el Cisne

Km.24, carretera a El Cisne, Copan, Honduras | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Km.24, carretera a El Cisne, Copan.
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    Travel Blogs from Copan


    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... typical of Central America, with all kinds of trumpets, drums, cymols and even a uge French horn. There was an odd character to my right who spoke to himself, took photos of his wrist and made sudden movements. He spoke to me for a while, thogh he seemed like a bit of a simpleton, on top of watever else was wrong with him. I tried to explain that I had to go to the toilet, but he didn't get it, despite the 20 ...

    Long Road to Ruins

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on May 01, 2014

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    ... the boss. A well-bellied man in a polo shirt, leaning against his Toyota Tacoma, and surrounded by a posse (who were surprisingly unarmed) called us over to have some beers with him. Being the responsible driver, I only had one. They were Coors, so there was no chance of intoxication anyway. Ivis was the boss around here (according to him and his posse), and apparently ran a respectable cement and cement accessory business in these parts, along ...

    Sitting in hot water

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... small jungle. And we reached a boiling hot stream - apparently 95 degrees. It was steaming. Here there were several pools, all built into the forest. Very cute!! And we had the whole place to ourselves. The first we went in was small pool, big enough for about 8 people. It was really warm. Here, you can put mud on yourself! I've never done it before - it's a bit stony and gritty, you smear it all over your face and arms and then wait until it drys, ...

    Honduras Antics

    A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Dec 09, 2013

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    ... were totally corrupt. They have been known to refuse entry to Honduras for no reason (which makes it impoosible to get further south), and even to take cars off tourists. He had us a bit worried, but at the same time we smelt a bit of bulls**t! Nevertheless, we argreed to let him and his friend take charge of getting the paperwork side of things done for us. He said that there would be problems because the title of the car had two names on it (thanks ...

    Hot springs

    A travel blog entry by davethyom on Nov 11, 2013

    In Copan we went to another set of hot springs. This was an organised park with different temperatures of hot pools, a mud pool, steam area and water massage. We were there in the evenings so they lit lots of candles so we could see and it was very picturesque. They cooked us a lovely BBQ dinner. To get up to the hot pools we had to travel in the back of a truck and it was very bumpy. We had to hold on for dear life. On the way back we opted to sit in the ...