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... we arenīt so interested in birds, but the red scarlet macaws were simply gorgeous. They are very big, loud and colorful. Furthermore when they fly away they do it in groups, which is just an amazing show to look. Nowadays the scarlet macaws may be seen around the ruins of Copan thanks to a re-introduction program. The population of these rare tropical birds has been decreasing dramatically due to deforestation of their natural habitat and illegal trafficking satisfying the ...
... to get to their destinations and we re-routed to get out of the back up but it looked like many people would be very, very late to work this morning.
Once out of the traffic we stopped at a Military Museum where a young soldier met us at the entry gate; there was some discussion between Hector and the soldier, a phone call and finally we were ...
Santa Rosa is built on top of a big jungly mountain, and there are cobblestone streets in the historic part of town. This is where I live in a hotel that has been converted into apartments for us. We get to use this awesome pool in the centre courtyard. The privacy in my room is not too great, because the windows in my bedroom literally look out onto the shared hallway, but I guess I can suffer with it until June.
... ed esserci svegliati alle 4AM) ed aver attraversato la frontiera dove notiamo come non ci sia presenza di polizia o nessun controllo.
Facciamo colazione con riso, fagioli, uova e caffe fresco delle colline hondurene. Decidiamo di andare direttamente a visitare il sito archeologico che e’ un po piu piccolo di quelli precedent ma contiene delle sculture impressionanti. Nel ...
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I also learned that Mayans believed that when they died they would be transformed (reborn) into butterflies. I went on a nature trail and saw many exotic butterflies, some less elusive lizards, and later, a poisonous caterpillar. The residences were in different batches and there replicas of the tombs. After finishing in the main site I went to see Las Sepulturas (2km past the ticket ...