Comedor Mary & Hotel
Travel Blogs from Copan
... Part of the VIP section of the city. There were 2 large pyramids, at right angles to each other. Apparently this area used to be flooded during the rainy season, to store up water in a reservoirs for the dry season. Just behind these pyramids was the El Cementario - a fully excavated area of small pyramids and the houses of the villagers. The East Plaza (Patio de Los jaguars) is a large green square, surrounded by steps. Used as an ...
... and there’s my exclamation mark) but instead I’ll try to address my mother’s question in an email: “I must confess I can't imagine why anyone would want to bike all the way to the Panama up 'fearsome climbs.'” Some days as I’m toiling uphill in 30-plus-degree heat, trying to keep my energy output to a level that won’t make my head explode, I wonder the same thing. There are cheap buses going everywhere we’re going. Why suffer?
... complete with holes on either side as goals. There are many theories about this game and tradition seems to differ from place to place, but it is believed that in Copan, the game was ritualistic and it was a great honour to win the game and be sacrificed to the gods.
I was happy to see this ancient Maya site after so many towns where the oldest place in town was the first hostel built in 1999. ...
... We are now back at
the port waiting for the Ferry to Roatan.
My biggest gripe is that the bus
company in San Pedro Sula lied to us and told us the bus would leave
at 12:00 pm and take 3.5 hours. It left at 12:30 and took 4 hours.
We could have taken a different bus with a different company. The
senora with us was ****** too (they lied to her too) since she is now
late arriving to work.BTW - we made it to Roatan - going snorkeling now . .
... the countryside, or go on a coffee tour of a local plantation. Most decided on the mud hot pools but having done this many times in Rotorua decided not to endure the ...