- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... serious burns and sores from diabetes. He works 7 days a week, going to the villages during the day , running the clinic from 4-6 and then giving incredibly interesting tours of his Mayan museum. He speaks an amazing number of languages, including many of the Mayan languages, and has a fascinating collection of traditional outfits from each of the surrounding villages.
My last tour in Chiapas was a really unique experience to visit two very different ...
... was still feeling sick when I got back but managed another shower. I did some bits and pieces like got our laundry ready and some blogging. At lunch time I decided to take our laundry to get done and Dylan was feeling a little better so came with me. There is a laundry service a few doors up from the hotel and it cost $72peso for 6kgs of washing, not bad! We then walked up to the mall and had another look around the Plaza. I was keen ...
... churned through the bbq chicken so quickly as many locals dropped by to get pollo para llavar (chicken to go). Tummies full we continue to explore the city on foot, weaving in and out of side streets. Stopping for a juice at a cute little hole in the wall later on in the day. We also book in for a village tour tomorrow to try and learn more about the culture.
We wind the day down with a cerveza at a cool bar near the main square and head over to another local joint for ...
... is mostly made up of mountainous terrain, but the city sits in a small valley surrounded by hills. The city’s center maintains its Spanish colonial layout and much of its architecture, with red tile roofs, cobblestone streets and wrought iron balconies often with ...
... was not to be outdone by the group of mimes we saw in the main plaza, acting out the crucifixion of Jesus to music.
However, in a day full of interesting things there are probably two occurrences I’ll never quite forget. First, in one of the churches we visited there was a small side room full of candles. With all the Roman Catholic statues and pictures surrounding us as well as the candles, it gave off quite a spooky vibe. Shortly after ...