Hotel Buena Vista
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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 ...
... we have really enjoyed our trips to all the Mayan ruins and this was our last one to visit. Heading back to town we had a rest then planned our exit and next place to stay. Wayne found us a place in La Ceiba on the Carribbean coast town and we booked our departure bus for 6am, eeeekkkkk these people all start off early. Reason being I think is that no buses like running late in the evening so they plan trips to get to the destinations before it is late and less ...
... but several cars were being. Not sure what the police were looking for. We stopped off for lunch at a brand new shopping complex, in the middle of the mountains - surrounded by nothing. Random. There was a supermarket, so bought an apple and a pineapple empanada! Around 3pm we reached the border. A quick stamp out of Guatemala and we had to walk across the border. I have no idea why you are always made to walk across borders. Africa, Asia, it's all the same - ...
... to talk about for Santa Rosa De Copan and then Copan Ruinas as they were small little quaint towns, with a few tourists and not many tramps. I was probably the biggest one.
The reason I had gone there though was to visit the last of the Mayan Ruin sites – Copan. I’d been to a lot and wasn’t expecting anything great by this point, but it was still a supposed highlight and seemed the obvious place to break up the long travel to the ...
It took 3 chicken buses to get to Copan ruins, which are confusingly enough in a town that bares the same name. Finally got there, ready to shower and see the ruins. I booked my bus for the next day and set my alarm for an early start to the ruins. There is really very little to do in Copan town, so I didn't want to stay longer than one night.
I walked to the ruins with two guys from the ...