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... and beer...why wouldn't you stop? Even though the three of us stuck out like three sore thumbs (three thumbs...of course you're gonna get stared at), we walked right in, ordered up some grilled meat, and joined the crowd like we belonged there. The rest of the crowd felt differently, as their attention was diverted from the rodeo and focused onto us...probably because we were the only ones there not carrying side-arms. But it was short lived, ...
... bathroom had
only cold water that came and went – went when you had soap all
over or a mouth full of toothpaste. The positive thing for Andre is
we had a television and there were a couple channels in English.
This morning the toilets didn't work either. The coffee was like
black syrup and they had no milk, so I had to walk 4 blocks to buy
some milk. I couldn't get out of there fast enough nor obviously
could the other people. All were gone by ...
... of two day friends. We headed out to dinner and soon agreed to an early start in the morning to avoid the crowds. The next morning we arrived promptly at the ruins, just ten minutes after they'd opened. To further deter the crowds there was a light rain too, this meant that apart from one other couple we had the place to ourselves. We were greeted first by squawking red macaws, which have been set free there as part of a re-introduction programme. We decided against a guide ...
... sculptures of the site in front of it, alter q, which is decorated with depictions of all the kings of Copan However, like various pieces around the site it is a copy and the originals are safely stored in the well laid out Museum of Sculpture situated next to the ruins. Temple 16, itself, was found to contain other older structures beneath it, including the Rosalila temple, of which a full scale replica is in the museum. Beneath that lie more structures ...
... y cyd roeddwn ni wedi talu guide i fynda ni o gwmpas ac roedd e yn wybodus ac yn fyrlymus iawn. Mae copan yn anhygoel a mor ddiddorol i feddwl bod y mayans wedi adeiladu rhain cymaint o flynyddoedd yn ol. Fe dreulion ni bron i 4 awr yno yn mynd o gwmpas yn edrych ar y gwahanol strwythurau. Roedd llawe o adar fel toucans a parrots yno hefyd ac roddech chi yn gallu mynd yn agos atyn nhw i gael lluniau. Ar ol ymweld a copan fe gafon ni tuk tuks i fynd a ni ...