Later that afternoon, Sean and I went for a walk around
Most of the streets were paved with cobblestones and the curbs were high and made of stone also. No thought was given to pedestrian safety as in most third world countries. Buildings were painted with bright colors. Street vendors sold all kinds of souvenir items, from jewelry to trinkets and most were local Indians.
We came to the Central Plaza of Copan, which was very nice. We also visited there late that night and noted that young people hung out there. It would have been perfect if there was music, but there was not.
Tomorrow, our party was going for a horseback ride into the country!