Hotel Elvir

Calle Centenario, Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Centenario, Santa Rosa de Copan.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa de Copan

Long Road to Ruins

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on May 01, 2014

50 photos

... the boss. A well-bellied man in a polo shirt, leaning against his Toyota Tacoma, and surrounded by a posse (who were surprisingly unarmed) called us over to have some beers with him. Being the responsible driver, I only had one. They were Coors, so there was no chance of intoxication anyway. Ivis was the boss around here (according to him and his posse), and apparently ran a respectable cement and cement accessory business in these parts, along ...

Honduras Antics

A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Dec 09, 2013

49 photos

... for a while. Finally he came back to us and told us that we needed to pay him $20 each for each of the guards signatures, and that the last required signature wouldn't be gotten until we paid. Alarm bells! We knew that the total cost of the crossing should be about $40, which we had already paid him. Anything else is bogus, and there's millions of warnings about these kind of things. They were having none of us telling them so, and I was having none ...

Hasta Luego Antigua & Hola Honduras!

A travel blog entry by rangjill on Nov 16, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... the experience. Despite all the great experiences in Antigua, one experience stands above the rest: meeting Cristiana and her mother. While in Antigua, we had met a teacher who worked at a school in the town of Jocotenango, just outside of the city, where the most impoverished kids in the area can attend school for free. This school provides children with a full education, food, and supplies, all for $50.00/U.S. per month per child. The school is ...

Copan

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Jul 21, 2013

... br> The site includes a central plaza and a grand plaza, a ball court, a temple, government buildings, some residential areas, all in very very good condition, with fantastically impressive stone carvings.
The most impressive part though was the "Hieroglyphic stairway" 72 stone steps up the side of a beautiful pyramid. Each block on the stairs has a stone carving that forms part of a sequence, all in all about 2200 ...

Copan Ruins

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Jun 08, 2013

3 photos

... guinea pigs, with fur that looked like brown and white speckled kiwi feathers. They frolicked around playfully and were actually rather cute!! However it brought back bad memories of them being spit roasted in Peru!! As we meandered further into the bush, I noticed more and more animals; one being a gorgeous fluffy yellow caterpillar. He was sitting on a log just hanging out. The maya ...