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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 ...
... Casa de La Vista. Our room was simply outfitted but had a kitchen and was only 30 dollars a night. Our hotel was six blocks away from the town center (the Zocolo) and three from the main boulevard, Real de Guadalupe. We spent many an hour wandering down the calles peatonales (walking only streets) peaking into artisan shops and breathing in the mouthwatering scents from panaderias and restaurants.
The main church of the city, St. Domingo, is ...
... of La Jornada (De Morgen of Mexico) which covers the period of '94 till 2007. I can also recommand the site of Radio Zapatista, where the latest communications of Marcos can be found in English (they only started communicating again last december after a silence of 4 years!) and which are cynical, funny and serious at the same time! Really good writer (who apparantly is seeing Game of Thrones from his secret jungle location).
But enough of history ...
... 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 ...
San Cristobel was a nice town with a great walking street with heaps of shops, markets and restaurants. We just walked around had some cheap Mexican food for dinner and then back to our average hotel. We didn't have a very nice room but the best beds we had had in a very long time and because it was a bit colder at night we slept great.
Early start the next morning well 9am. ...