Casa Castejon at Finca el Cisne

Address: 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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      A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 03, 2015

      10 photos

      At the border between Honduras and Guatemala we were told that the exit fee from Guatemala will be 10 or 20 quetzales depending on the official !! The entrance fee to Honduras has to be paid in Lempiras. Between the two border posts were money changers with large bankrolls, ready for action. Their rates where not too bad, and we could change our almighty dollars to be able to pay for our entry ...

      Non-spending money

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 31, 2014

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... were making up for it with the plastic counterpart. The resplendent bird itself was portrayed on the note (and in all other denominations as we later discovered).

      A couple of hours of winding multi-lane highway driving later, we passed through the capital on our way to the well preserved colonial city of Antigua Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in its entirety. Guatemala City was a world apart from Tegucigalpa which was ...

      Goodbye Guatemala, Hello Honduras

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 29, 2014

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      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 ...

      Stuck in bed all day

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 20, 2014

      ... and slippery walk to our little hand out area which killed my feet and ended up crying in front if everyone which if you know me I never do. I managed to calm myself and made my way to the tub. Definitely more natural than the last ones we went to and they said it was heated from the near by volcano - pretty cool. I stayed in there for about 1 hour whilst others got in and out but feet wouldn't let me. Dinner was ...


      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... he was driving.

      Gracias is described as a ´sleepy town´ by Lonely Planet, more like sleep inducing. The best thing was the ultra friendly people and that I was the only only foreigner bar one couple when I was leaving Gracias, I was so surprised when I saw them that I called out ´gringo´s´ for a joke, much to the amusement of my motor-taxi driver. Though I had eaten some baleadas, which were very ...