Travel Blogs from Copan
In the afternoon we had the option of enjoying an hour + trip up to mud hot springs which are surrounded by the lush vegetation of the surrounding hills, a horse-trek through 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 hour plus …
Breakfast at 7 am was back at Via Via where the previous night we had pre-ordered our buffet breakfast for L 95 / NZ $ 5.60 / US $ 4.60. Cereal, fruit, toast, cheese, pancake, French toast, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee ... Yes all for L 95!
The morning had broken with wet streets as we left at 8 am for our 2 hour guided walk with local …
Time to leave Guatemala. Sorry, could not find Dr Ropata!
We left at 10 am with all of our luggage on top of the van bound for the border with Honduras and then Copan for 2 nights.
Again as we drove through Guatemala City it was windows shut and AC on. Not a nice city!
We had to virtually re-track our route into Antigua …
Honduras has not gotten off to a good
start. We arrived in Copan Ruinas, a very attractive mountain town,
that needed more than the one night we gave it. We missed the Ruins
and that was a shame, since I am writing this from not where I want
to be. . .
In Copan Ruinas, there is a German
Brewery and Restaurant called Sol de Copan. Tomas (German) and his
wife (Honduran) run the place. Good brews but not cheap since he
imports the malt, hops ...
Talking with some of the others and on their recommendations decided that I could sneak two more things in before our 10 am departure from bound for Copan in ...