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... a serpent's mouth.
And then led down a tunnel.
Seemed a bit strange and then opened into the main area of the museum.
As designs go, I've got to say this was one heck of an impressive building. As you emerged from the tunnel, you were met by a huge red, Mayan temple which you could walk around and was open to the sky. Several artifacts were on display and there were also sections of some of the temples that had been reconstructed. Above there ...
Amazingly getting up at 3.30am to catch the bus wasn't that bad! The journey seemed to go pretty quickly and we saw a beautiful sun rise. When we got to the Honduras border it was a piece of string suspended between 2 trees, next to a stall selling mops and buckets, still more official than the Mexico-Guatemala border! It turned out that the children of the Guatemalan family we were travelling with didn't have passports, so they had to get out ...
... to Canada, so not a bad price I guess.
There's only a few buses back to Gracias per day and they leave in the morning. I decided not to hitchhike back with the Americans. Instead, I rented a really nice room at Hostal JB just around the corner.
... ed esserci svegliati alle 4AM) ed aver attraversato la frontiera dove notiamo come non ci sia presenza di polizia o nessun controllo.
Facciamo colazione con riso, fagioli, uova e caffe fresco delle colline hondurene. Decidiamo di andare direttamente a visitare il sito archeologico che e’ un po piu piccolo di quelli precedent ma contiene delle sculture impressionanti. Nel ...
... to find somewhere with wifi. The only place was a relatively swanky hotel, where the staff let us use the wifi for free, which was very nice of them.
Monday started leisurely; with a 10am departure to Ocotal. From there another bus took us to the border at Las Manos. Exiting Nicaragua was easy, as was entering Honduras, with the formalities done by 12:45. It was raining heavily at the border and I couldn't help but think of the farmers ...