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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
San christobal is a small colonial town with narrow cobbled laneways filled with trendy bars and restaurants. It's one of the biggest cities in the state of Chiapas. Mary and I instantly fell in love with the vibe of this place. We spent a couple of days just roaming the streets soaking up the buskers playing accordions on every street corner.
We ate VERY well during our stay and drank loads of locally produced coffee (that's right-I ...
... most, the interior otherwise rather dark due to the wooden carved roof.
Over to the Church of St Domingo. There was a service going on so I stayed at the back and zoomed a few pix.
Found my way home without getting lost, Dutchie. The SJC afternoon visitors were just getting back. Apparently the festival was still going strong. Sarki craved a pizza so I would join him, Greg and Brian just up the street from the hotel. Before leaving, Greg came by ...
... The church looked really pretty from the outside and when we went inside we felt that same sense of peace that we find in any religious site. While we embraced the feeling, Subash and I started to talk about religion and what we believe in and what we have observed and what we learnt. Our insight is that no matter what religion you maybe, the path to peace and the structures that represent these religions are a good example of the feeling of what peace would feel like. We realised ...
... of sweat. I was drenched by the time we finished.There was an inviting cascade of waterfalls within the complex, very clean and clear. I wish we could swim, but the area is inaccessible for swimming.
Latin Dancing at Revolucion Bar It was 10.30 PM by the time we got back to San Cristobal. I was ready to hit the sack when I got a message that the gang is in Revolucion Bar waiting for me ...
From Mérida we took the ADO to Campeche to break up the journey to Palenque and Chiapas a bit, we hadn't really expected much of Campeche but it is really beautiful. They have really restored the city and all the colonial buildings were newly painted. It is definitely a place we will go back to ones we are settled in Mérida, it could be a perfect place for a weekend get away. We just strolled around the centre and enjoyed the beautiful buildings that evening, by chance we walked by ...
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