Casa Na Bolom
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... canyon was absolutely stunning, it almost rivals the Whitsunday's for the most beautiful place I've visited! My favourite part was a beautiful waterfall that we got so close to we could feel the water spraying on our faces. We stopped a couple of times as we made our way through the canyon, unfortunately the guide didn't translate what he was saying, but, from what I could pick up: (I will try and put a photo of each thing at the end!) there is ...
... they set up agricultural farm land. They are the primary producers of corn, broccoli and squash in this region.
Quite a number of the Chamula men from this community have in recent times migrated to the US and many others have followed as they make more money there and send it back to Mexico to support their families. They often set up family businesses, they buy trucks and hence there is a new phenomena in these villages that there are now some ...
... I was told, was at the main post office so I found out where it was and trapsed down there only to be told that the post-box was INSIDE the closed post-office.
So I went down next day and was told it was closed over lunch, but opened again at 3.30 so I went off to the fascinating Cacow (Chocolate) Museum and whiled away an interesting hour ...
... bus ride home I was awoken by everyone climbing off the bus. With our Spanish still lacking greatly we were a little in the dark at this point as to what was going on. Eventually we managed to gather that the windy steep hills of the road back to San Cristobal had been to much for our van and it had over heated! We would now be taken to a town we had just spent an hour wandering aimlessly around and we had a 3 hour wait ahead of us before they could send another ...
... so he was vey knowledgeable about the local customs and culture. While the men were allowed to wear western clothing if they wished, the women of course were only allowed to wear the traditional dress and were also not allowed to vote! We also learnt of the punishments given to law breakers - those who committed small crimes such as theft or drunkeness were placed in the open prison for all to see (we visited this - really horrible conditions for the prisoners), but ...