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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... was fairly cold, by the river was swelteringly hot again. Jeans were a bad choice. Our lifejackets for the boat were dished out and donned before boarding the 16 or so seater speedboat. As we headed down the river, the views either side of us were increasingly impressive. There were sometimes 1km (apparently) high mountains encasing the river, as well as plenty of wildlife along the way.
We stopped at certain ...
... were standard Murray's bus size but the backs were a lot softer so I fell asleep almost straight away. First overnight bus... Tick. San Cristobal is a quaint little town up in the mountains in southern Mexco (in the Chiapas region for those who know Mexico) not far from the Guatemalan border. There isn't a huge amount to do there but it's one of the welcoming places where you can quite happily wile away a few days just wandering around the town. I stayed in ...
... some project they were doing. Naturally Lol volunteered me for the task so I was standing in the middle of the central square with a camera on me answering questions about being a humanitarian!?
One evening we met up with the Germans for a few beers one beer turning into many and we decided to head onto another bar we'd heard a lot about which was packed with locals and backpackers alike. San Cristobal seems to have a completely different type of ...
There are a good number of internet cafes here. In this day and age, that is probably a sign of poverty. There are also more backpackers in this town than seen to date. Sourced out a few places on Fabian's first SC handout, including the Mayan Pakal were ...
... and western ends of the city there are churches that sit on hills. Although the stairs to get up there were tiring, the views of the city from the top made it worth while (and its a great way to force some exercise!) Natalie and I had been great about not buying much in the other places we visited in Mexico, so here we decided to give ourselves a break. We were determined to find some authentic clothing in the artesanal market. After almost two hours of walking in ...
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