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Once you arrive in La Ceiba and disembark at the ferry terminal, you can grab a taxi to the bus terminal for about L 30 ($1.60) per person. There are several bus options available. The two most economical are Catipsa Tupsa and Diana Express. These are comparable services featuring buses that are much like old Greyhound buses in the USA and the fare is approximately L100 (about $5) from La Ceiba to San Pedro Sula. Executive first class is available from Hedman Atlas (air conditioned buses, bathrooms on board, service attendants, movies, etc) but is much more expensive. For schedules and prices check their website (www.RoatanFerry.com).
We took the morning ferry from Roatan which put us in La Ceiba in plenty of time to make our 9:00 am bus connection to San Pedro Sula. We opted for the Catisa Tupsa bus, although there is not much difference between this service and Diana Express. Both buses had the same fare, left about the same time, and made the same rest stop halfway to San Pedro Sula at a very nice terminal with food and clean bathrooms. Once we purchased our tickets and made ourselves comfortable on the bus, there were many street vendors who came on the bus to offer us drinks, candy, sandwiches, etc for very reasonable prices. There were also many 'fast food and novelty' stands in the general boarding area where you could buy travel supplies including a meal.
We arrived in San Pedro Sula at about 1:30 pm at the huge bus terminal which is more like a shopping mall than a bus terminal. Disembarking from the bus and entering the terminal we were met by representatives of other bus lines, taxi services, etc. who offered us various options for continuing on to Copan. We decided on the Cassarola Bus with a fare of L110 (about $6) to Copan. It left San Pedro Sula around 3:00 pm arriving in Copan that evening. At this terminal there were no vendors who came on the bus to sell us refreshments. This was probably due to the fact that you could get anything you wanted inside the massive mall-like terminal. However, once on the bus as the trip to Copan unfolded, there were many vendors who came on the bus at various stops along the way with fruit, candy, gum, soda, local food, etc.
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