Hotel Hacienda El Jaral
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... does everyone carry a gun because it's the most violent country? Chicken or egg? Either way, there were only 3 of us in the car, 596 people shy of a statistic...so we were good.
After the boarder crossing (and during) the downpour was relentless...yay rainy season. So we took the road slowly...ish. But after the sky worked the weather tantrum out of its system, we were left with fog-cushioned mountain views. They were pretty spectacular, but in ...
I woke up really early (again) this morning. And at 5.30am it was sunrise time - so I went up to the roof to have a look. It was quite nice, the sky turned pink over the surrounding mountains. However, I do prefer sunsets! Then went back to bed. At 7am, headed off for some breakfast. There was a small cafe just down the street from the hotel - and it had a pretty courtyard, full of flowers and a massive mango tree. I had pancakes and they came ...
... day - Eddie said around 7hours, hopefully that means 5hrs.... Lunch stop at Pollo Campero (like KFC) owned by the richest man in Guatemala. Ernie/Clentice - if you are reading this, it is definitely not as good as KFC!! :) Going through Zacapa (place where they make the infamous Ron Zacapa). No stop there boooooo. Started getting so hot and humid now! Hop hop, ...
... 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 . .
... connection in the hotel for my computer yet I had it for my i phone. Bizarre.
Sorry - A bit of editing / culling and rearranging of the photos still needs to be done.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking