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Day Eighty Nine: Mayan Ruins and Hot Springs

April 19, 2012

Weather: 28oC, no breeze, feels like 35oC
Money spent: $69
Spanish phrases in my vocabulary: 15

This tour is made up of optional extra day trips to take. Today we were given the chance to go to the Mayan Ruins (which Copan is known for). The whole group opted in which was fun. The Copan ruinas was very hilly, but also quite impressive and old. Although I was a bit bored by the tour guide.

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After the tour of the ruins, we had a massive lunch with two drinks for $8, and then went back to the hostel.

In the afternoon, most of the group went to some hot springs. It was set out really well and aside from another tour group (who it turns out are doing exactly the same thing as us with a different company), we were the only ones there. Some of the pools were very hot; some were cold and some just good. We had a mud bath and got a good photo, but not on my phone. I’ll add it when I get a copy! But my skin feels good now!

Tomorrow we have 12 hours worth of travel to get to Rotan, an island in the Caribbean. How delicious!

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