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Copan

We arrived in Copan about 7:00 pm and had no trouble finding a hotel. We stayed at the Hotel Majenny which was clean and pleasant for L 100 ($5) per person per night. The hotel included internet access, hot water, air conditioning, etc.

It also had a small restaurant in the lobby for coffee and a bite to eat as well as soda, beer and water.

Copan Ruins

It was a full day of travel. We had to get up about 5:00 am to get ourselves to the ferry dock, catch the ferry and head for the mainland. The day didn't end until we finally hit our pillows about 8:00 that evening in Copan but it was a very interesting trip providing us a unique look into a much different culture in Honduras than we usually experience on Roatan. We spent several days enjoying Copan and even ducked over to Guatemala for a couple of days. Copan is very close to the border with Guatemala and you can get a little bus ride to ?La Frontera? for L 20 (about $1). As noted previously, Copan has much to offer and don't forget to grab a few pounds of their delicious locally grown coffee. There are coffee plantation tours, hot springs, the bird sanctuary, the ruins, and much more.

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