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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Jaguar Copan
Travel Blogs from Copan
... the soil has been eroded. They are planting both indigenous and other plants in the area. All plants having nutritional or medicinal properties. Loaded up on teas etc. Learned about the Noni plant. The new buzz word in the herbal/plant world. Had the most delicious chocolate drink ...
... 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 ...
... these birds in the wild.
Late afternoon was spent in Jaguar Hot Water Springs. Lovely setting in pools with hot water waterfall showers. Sitting in a rock pool drinking beer is highly recommended. Different pools with varying temperatures, from scalding hot to ice cold. Came out with wrinkly fingers and ...
... puposas it was time to sample the delights of shots of tequila........ Hil, Reuben and I were the only ones in the bar so we got to DJ, tequila shots still flowing and after happy hour had finished we refused to pay anymore than what we had previously being paying!! Behind the bar was a sound proofed dance floor, we danced the night away with a few more shots of tequila......... It's fair to say the following day was a right ...
... a 2km walk along the highway. It allows visitors to get a feel of the day-to-day lives of Copan's ruling elite. The ruins are not visually pleasing as the main section's are, but it is a very tranquil forested area adjacent to the Copan River and is worth the walk (or autorickshaw ride). Of particular interest to us was the structures relating to the scribes - figures depict hands holding a shell inkwell and a stylus.
Copan Photo Album Museum Photo ...