Arista Bugambilias Hotel
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We left very close to 8am again as our destination is via 2 mountain ranges and windy roads. Expected arrival time 7pm. The first stop was just out of town to see a tree which is more than 2000 years old. It looked a bit like a macrocarpa and was huge. A few years ago they had 40 people join hands make a circle around it. Near to it was its son which was over 1000. Next was one of the many mezcal distilleries which are family owned. A ...
... been so amazingly restored and has so much history - it was a great day.
The next morning we took a bus from Palenque to the town of San Cristobal de Las Casas. About 200 odd KM journey on a windy cliff side road, nothing like some of the roads we had previously travelled but unfortunately the little Posh London boy behind us wasn't as accustomed to windy mountainous roads and spent the entire 6 hours whining and throwing up! Delightful.
... through the mountains was next on our list of things to do, and so we left San Cristobal and rode for an hour or so up to an indigenous and autonomous village called San Juan Chamula.
This village is at an altitude of approximately 2, 200 metres and is inhabited by the Tzotzil Mayan people. It's an autonomous region, which means that supposedly not even local Mexican police or military are allowed into the village. ...
... when at Greystoke Mahale in southern Tanzania: find out what the birder South Africans were doing and do the opposite. Most opted for the boat ride but I think in any event the horse back riding was the better choice. It will allow me time in the afternoon to see more of ...
... to park and this transpired to be quite central and he told us to come back to the car in 90 minutes.
My Korean friends asked if they could stay with me and I was grateful since I don't carry a timepiece. We walked into the town and encountered many young men dressed up wit their Parachicos masks….
What we had stumbled across was The Fiesta Grande de Enero (Great January ...