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... Zina, was perhaps more modern in that most houses had satellite dishes for television and Internet. While the churches were catholic they followed the Pope's teachings. Our highlight here was a visit to a family home . Here the women had taken up weaving and their home was a workshop with the women involved in weaving and embroidering artefacts for sale and to supplement the family income. 95 year old granny was supervising operations. We were shown how ...
We were going to take an overnight bus to San Christobal and on our way to the bus station we found out that there was a protest and no busses are leaving that evening. There were also some road blocks on the direct route. A minibus was hired and 18 of us plus luggage squeezed in.
It made for a very squashed and uncomfortable through the night drive.
At San Chistobal we went to the Sumidero Canyon. A big river with a massive hydroelectric scheme damming the river ...
... de Las Casas seem surreal…or maybe it’s the lack of sleep.
The usual dilemma of arriving early morning on a night bus means you can’t checkin until much later, we desperately want a shower! Semi-delirious, we go out for an organic breakfast. The mountains around San Cristobal are highly fertile and perfect for growing coffee (and ...
... to stay in Palenque (5 hours away). To paint a picture of this day, higlights included:
- Driving above the clouds through mountains of thick rainforest
- Swimming in a rock pool with a gigantic waterfall raining down
-Visiting a Mayan temple in the middle of the jungle. Ancient Bliss.
We finished off by sleeping in cabins in the middle of jungle. By far the best day of our trip. Bloody love Chiapas. Bloody love Mexico.
... attracted settlers from many other parts of Mexico and abroad.
We ended up staying in a truly funky place, the Hotel Trinidad Galleria (N20 58.381 W89 37.318), one of two hotels owned by a local businessman. The Galleria claims it is both hotel and museum; in fact it can accurately be termed an art gallery too as it contains a truly amazing collection of bric a brac, every corner and every square inch of the sizeable building stuffed with items collected by the owner ...