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Quick stop in this caotic,hot city to visit a friend's friend,Nyssia,who i have to thank immensely for letting me stay there and actually show me around as well,no matter her 6 months pregnant belly.This city is actually boring to me,like most big cities but it was good to stop and reorganise a bit.Around it,though,there are many places to visit and we mainly made it to Chiapas de Corzo and El Canyon del Sumitero which we visited from afar,considering my ...
We had intended to go to an adventure park today but slept way too late and by the time we had breakfast it was already after midday and the park closes at 4, the receptionist told me its a bit late to go now, go tomorrow in the morning. Also I was feeling run down, I had an ear ache a sour throat and after loosing the ball to my lip ring in the surf in Puerto Escondido I had to buy a new ring and changing rings on the first day in ...
... and a group of people dancing away.
After taking a few photos , we walked into the main Zocolo which is HUGH. I read later that it’s the biggest outside DF. There were all kinds of stalls there and we stopped and bought some churros and met up again with the noisy Aussie.
We wandered around, took some photos. The Koreans were quite funny about wanting their photos taken with ...
The ruins themselves were impressive also, particularly this temple structure at the top of a hill with a persevered roof lattice, one of the best surviving of its kind.
After a rather measly lunch, we headed to the small site of Bonampak, famous only because it has (apparently) the best preserved pre-Columbisn murals in the Americas. There were three small rooms covered on all 4 walls and on the ceiling with ...
We took a boat trip along the Grijalva River to the reservoir of the Chicoasén hydroelectric dam, through the Cañón del Sumidero.
The awesome canyon, an hour or so away from San Cristobal de las Casas, is a kilometre tall at it's highest point, and 400 metres deep.
Chiapanecos are so proud of it - and rightly so as it's a truly impressive ...