Santa Rosa, Honduras
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... so maybe she'd prefer to hand you a closed container than spill an open one everywhere! We found ourselves near a petrol station 1km outside Santa Rosa de Copan but instead of finding a place to stay we are hungry and Tamara is in need of a beer. Walking ...
I rise early on the 27th and aim to make it to Copan Ruinas a colonial town set right next to a set of specatular Mayan ruins which more importantly are only 3kms from the Guatemalan border. Considering my modes of transport and lack of spanish ...
From Nacaome, I returned to Tegucigalpa briefly, then on to a little village in the Santa Barbara province of Honduras called Porvenir--a poetic form of saying "future" in Spanish. I was participating in my first delegation of US citizens coming to ...
... and comfortable, reclining seats. This, as it would later turn out, was definitely not how all busses in Honduras would be. Back to Santa Rosa. Stepping out of the bus onto the outskirts of the town, our first impressions were that of a sparsely ...
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Posted by mmbcross
... in Honduras, but regrettably they don't go to Gracias. Did you see this site about ? As Louise states, you get there by bus from Copan Ruinas to Santa Rosa de Copan and then on to Gracias. These are local buses, so timetables maybe somewhat tenuous.
Posted by lansing
Take a bus to La Entrada de Copan, then a bus to Santa Rosa (preferably a fast bus) and next to Gracias. Takes about 4 h alltogether. (From Wikitravel) How would I find out the bus schedule? Do I have to wait until I get there?
Posted by starlagurl
Take a bus to La Entrada de Copan, then a bus to Santa Rosa (preferably a fast bus) and next to Gracias. Takes about 4 h alltogether. (From Wikitravel)
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