Hotel Azulejos y Tianguis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... people selling wares every few feet. You find towns like this everywhere, and it's okay because San Cristobal is a fairly charming version. But it all felt very familiar and a bit repetitive after a while. Overwhelmed with the choice of shirts and dresses and handbags and woven blankets, I photographed a lot but bought nothing.
Herbs, flowers and very non-touristy San Cristobal
Next, I decided to visit Orquídeas Moxviquil, the orchid ...
... see different parts, including some crocodiles chilling on a beachy bit along the way, most of which rapidly started entering the water when they saw us. One of the girls in our group told us a story about how her friend had her leg bitten off by one in Brazil. Not at all un-nerving! Along the riverbank there were also Pelicans, Crane’s (not the mechanical type) and Cormorants, as well as some baby Crocodiles on a ...
... my bus to Merida leaves... So I have spent the last 10 hours sitting around various places, hostel lobby, restaurant etc trying to keep out of the heat and hoping the time would pass so I can fall asleep on the bus... Only 2:13 left... And it feels so close I can almost touch it. And no doubt this won't be the last time I have an extended down time with nothing to do... It's times like these a travel partner is very convenient (come on August 1st ...
... This link http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/blog/?s =tehuano will take the idly curious to a satellite video clip showing the winds howling through the mountains and a short explanation of the phenomenon. Unfortunately, the image doesn't have the clarity to show a battered Team Elephant struggling east along Mex 200. In the meantime, Team Elephant is back in Mexico and in good shape but looking forward to a short Christmas holiday just up the road a little way.
Today's tour of two nearby villages (Chamula & Zinacantan) and a fascinating insight into their pre-Columbian beliefs and their daily struggle to be heard in what is one of Mexico's most isolated regions.
Firstly Chamula where Cesar was our local guide. One of the key things that he stressed was no photo in some places, especially inside ...