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... there crashed. We were finally ready at about 5.30 in the afternoon and we still had to travel another 450 kms through the mountains to reach our hotel in San Cristobal de las Casas! It was also getting dark. The route turned out to be a nightmare with lots of twisting and turning and hundreds of speed bumps, some of them in the most unexpected places! It took hours and we finally reached the hotel at 3 ...
... and we were so nearly ready to go home at midnight when we spotted Ernesto with his friends. They 'convinced' us to join them at the cafe Revolucion again..disaster! More drinks and boogying later (so naughty!), headed back home more than tipsy and collapsed in bed (alarm set for 6am..crikey...) V and mini V (my liver is not made for 2 consecutive nights of ...
... to stay in Mexico City so straight off the plan I headed to the nearest bus stop and somehow managed to get there 15mins before a bus to Veracruz left... City on the coast sounded good enough to me... Not my best idea to date. Veracruz was a pretty average place, my first inclination was when the hostel staff wee asking me "What are you doing here?" And not in a happy way... More like a "what did you stuff up to end here" kind of way. So in hindsight I ...
... and now used for a slightly different religious purpose that made this place unique. The local form of Catholicism is a blend of pre-conquest Maya customs, Spanish Catholic traditions, and subsequent innovations. No weddings or funerals are held here. Jesus is the sun and Mary is the moon.
Chamulas also have their own police force.
... He explained there customes, particulalry relating to marriages which are, of course, arranged. Instead of the woman's familly providing a dowry, the prospective husband has to pay the money.
Thence to the amazing church of San Juan in Chamula, a town that has its own police force and has a unique autonomy within Mexico. The catholic mass is no longer practiced here. Instead ...