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... in the afternoon - walk around town, cerveza in a cool little bar before a pizza for dinner.
We will try and get up early tomorrow to beat the rains and climb the hills for views.
Day 4: not a good day for me. I am feeling ill and spend most of the day in bed with what feels like a stomach virus.
Hinesh goes out in the morning and checks out the mirador from the Iglesia de Guadelupe. He also takes a walk around town and finally finds a hot ...
... with new tastes: the famous mole sauce (chocolate and chilli and served with almost everything), tacos galore, courgette flowers and masses of wonderful fruit. We then moved onto Oaxaca (Wa-ha-kah) which was a 5 hour bus journey and a foodies dream. Here we found 7 types of mole sauce, seafood and fried grasshoppers- had to be done but just the once! More archeological sites, great hiking opportunities and mountain top pools to swim in at ...
... from it covered in the tents of the protesting teachers. The place we were meant to get the bus to the zoo was within this area, and we were told the zoo had closed early that day anyway. So we had a look around the protest camp, reading the signs and trying to understand the issues at hand. We then spent a long time looking for a bus home. That was then end of our time in San Cristobal, as the next morning we headed of to the Mayan ruins of Tonina.
3 day trip from Managua, Nicaragua to San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico... not good for the back issues of my travel companion and my love.
But in San Cristobal we could enjoy French pastries, Italian food, hot showers... and I saw some good friends back and was able to introduce Debby to them. With Christiaan we also visited a museum about the typical Mayan clothing.
Our first encounter with ...
... church to the virgin Mary. It was in the shape of a round church- the same as Knock, but there reason for having it in this shape was incase of an earthquake, and it could be evacuated easily through he many doors....don't think Knock church structure was for the same reason. We got a quick tour inside and we went under the altar, as mass was going on, to see the plaque dedicated to Mary. There were 4 moving escalators here so that people only got one chance to see ...