Nothing exceptional or unusual. There are a million billion crabs here.
Taken from the ferry between La Ceiba and Roatán. My first sunset on the island after three or four weeks traveling with HH in western Honduras, western and southern Belize, and all over Guatemala.
Traveling through Central America means lots of buses. Mountains, valleys, rivers, villages, livestock, fruit farms, and hella people hustling to make a living. Here are a few pics I took traveling between San Pedro Sula and La Ceiba, around I've probably done a dozen times or more by now.
San Pedro Sula. Murder capital of the world. It's actually not that bad (knock on wood) if you get to the bus station and catch the next bus out of town. The buses in San Pedro all arrive and depart from the same station, making it a much easier experience than Guatemala City, where you've likely got to travel across one of the most dangerous cities in the world before catching your connection. Not for the faint of heart.
Bus stop /
Walking down the street a few weeks ago in Copán Ruinas, I heard my name. An old friend from the island was with his girlfriend selling churros. Came back a few weeks later and they'd already upgraded locations. The churros are filled with dulce de leche or locally sourced Honduran cacao. I did not eat four churros in one day. Definitely not four.
El Florido is the Guatemalan border town en route to Copán, Homduras.
Copán (the ruins themselves) and Copán Ruinas (the nearby town) lacks the wow factor of Tikal but with its coffee, cheese, and churros, Copán Ruinas es más tranquilo que Flores, the typical gateway town to Tikal.