El Bosque Hotel

Address: Colonia Brisas del Rio, CP1103 Copan, Copan, Honduras | Resort
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This resort is located on Colonia Brisas del Rio, CP1103 Copan, Copan.
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    Travel Blogs from Copan

    Azacualpa and Pinabete

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 05, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... cheques, mainly because parents are behind in their tuition fees. I asked Sabrina if this was because they didn't want to pay, or what. Sabrina told me that in most cases, the parents simply cannot pay because of the difficult economic times. Yet they want their sons and daughters in the school because many of them are able to get a job after high school because of the skills and discipline for which the school is known. I asked Sabrina how much teachers made in income. ...

    Copán, Honduras

    A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 02, 2015

    19 photos

    ... check into our hostel, have a well-earned shower and hop into bed. Then Harry starts complaining that he feels like he has bugs crawling all over him. Just as I'm telling him he is exhausted and to go to sleep, he jumps up... pulls back the sheets and discovers baby maggots crawling around the bed. They are all over his body... he even pulls some out of his hair. I apologise if you just vomited a little in your mouth, its truly disgusting I know. We start to pack our stuff quick smart ...

    Three countries, two hostels, one day and a bit

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... simply pocketing the cash.

    We all piled back into the minibus and drove for another hour or so through a landscape that was becoming more mountainous. We reached the Guatemalan exit post where they again stamped the passport, before we wandered the short distance over the road to the Honduran immigration office.

    Here we had to fill out a form, the duplicate of which was stapled into the passport and they requested a US$3 entry fee in local currency. I ...

    A Dream Realized Part I

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Feb 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Maya life in terms of political, religious and economic factors. Much of the carvings we saw were celebrations of the lives of the rulers, extolling their virtues and accomplishments. Once the Maya glyphs were disciporored in the 1970's, all this became much clearer. Recent excavations revealed that the pyramid structures were not just monuments to the rulers but also burial chambers. Rodolfo's explanation of the pelote courts was different than any ...

    San Salvador - Local troubles - Abort to Honduras

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Feb 18, 2015

    14 photos

    After 3 weeks of the small El Tunco beach vibes I decided to try branch out and see some more of El Salvador. Olivia and I ventured into the capital city "San Salvador" for the day with our local friend and tour guide Silvia. Seeing all of the Americanised shops and restaurants again was strange with McDonald's, Papa johns and various other fast food restaurants dominating the main roads and malls. After no shoes and short shorts for over a month straight I finally ...