Dirt Roading Through Parque Nacional Montaña de Comayagua
We decided to spend a few days in the colonial city of Comayagua, Honduras. The architecture and shops have reminded us of La Antigua, Guatemala, but cheaper and with fewer tourists. We were fortunate to stumble upon Hospedaje La Esperanza, a very cyclist friendly and cheap accommodation two blocks from the Parque Central.
We scored finding Hospedaje La Esperanza, Comayagua. There’s plenty of outdoor space for bikes, tables and chairs and massive rooms — all for 150 Lempira (less than £5 per night).
Following the massive rains we’ve been experiencing, the route turned out to be tougher than I expected. I finally got back to Comayagua completely destroyed after 7 hours having ridden 71km and climbed over 2,200m, most of which was on washed out dirt roads and singletrack.