Day 9 (152 miles)
Hydro plant area in La Esperanza, Department of Intibuca
Water pressure, what made the turbines spin on the left
Being on this dirt road over almost 7000ft , we ended up again on a brand new paved road and were hauling ass to Gracias, were we had our first " refreshment"
After Gracias, we reached Santa Rosa de Copan and went north on a busy highway, what would bring you to San Pedro Sula. Halfway by La Entrada , we made a left and had another hour to go to get to Copan, where we checked in a hotel at 5 pm, where I stayed many times before and had a good steak dinner that evening. Tomorrow we try to get into Guatemala and even without having plates on the bike, I am sure I can talk my way out of it and convince my "friends" to let us pass. Normally Copan is the most visited spot of Honduras and everybody comes to see the ruins of the Maya culture, which are famous, but we will pass on that, due to that we have been there multiple times