Casa Na Bolom
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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... for adolescents and black for old people. There were women walking sheep and mountains in the distance. This was interesting to see. There were very elevated graves as if fresh. We walked into the church and it was the most unreal place I've ever experienced. Absolutely breathtaking. Literally brought us to tears. Out the front of the church they were letting off firecrackers, so it sounded like a war was going on outside of us. There were hundreds and hundreds of candles ...
... butterfly pillow that is actually a poo brown colour will not appeal to our 5yr old neices... even if we watched it be made by a poor, little cute old Mexican lady? But I'm sure it will be worth it when we finally give it to them. It better be! haha. We also spent some time wandering through the local food market. They literally sell EVERYTHING you can think of in this market and we loved the bright colours of ...
... to her. She kept it up for about twenty minutes, but I'm made of sterner stuff.
I'm not letting Mrs Robinson win this battle of wits.
The journey otherwise is uneventful. Five hours or so up into the mountains on a road that would do a corkscrew justice with only the one stop for a toilet break.
The scenery is still very green and lush and for long stretches you can see little subsistence farmers all along the route tilling and ...
... us off and stopped us dead in our tracks.
Next thing there are 5 men walking towards our car.... fight or flight took over and we jumped from the car and started down the street back to the main square. As I siad this town rule themselves etc and so they obviously have an agreement between them all that they wont undercut each other in taxi fairs etc. We are not sure what happened to our driver - I wasnt taking the chance to stand about and see.
... is understanding their place value and adding and subtracting decimals. I have also gone ahead in jumps and strides in maturity. I know this as I have handled the stress of traveling very well. I feel like a new Zahn.
The language they speak over here is Spanish. The language I speak is English ... but I know numbers, words and a few sentences in Spanish like 'Done esta el bano?' (where is the toilet please.) ...