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Construction began in February 2005 on six new rooms, an expanded kitchen, and landscaping carefully designed to preserve the authenticity of the original structure. We used the same local materials and textures as before, and great thought was given to integrating the new buildings into the existing landscape. Special attention was given to the design based on the analysis of an archaeologist from the Institute of History and Anthropology, who worked for several months to ensure that the proposed design would not desecrate or destroy any buried Maya structures.
As before, the construction was completed without electricity or heavy modern machinery. We engaged the services of a renowned Honduran woman architect, our good friend Rosa María Fiallos, who understands the importance of preserving the history and magical ambience of San Lucas.