Hotel Bungalows Del Sol
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... seen - we went to a town just outside San Cristobal, San Jaun Chamula. Its a town populated mostly by local Mayans and we went to see it's church - a random mix of Mayan tradition and Catholicism. The floor is carpeted in pine needles and there are saints everywhere, women praying, millions of candles and bottles of apparently spiritual coke being drunk. It reminded us of a Hindu temple, as the only thing churchy about it was the building and every wall was covered ...
... today included two indigenous villages. Both Mayan but with different religious aspects. The first village, San Juan Chamula, was very traditional and we had to restrain our photo taking. We entered the village via the cemetery where a ritual was taking place and then down into the main square dominated of course by the church built in 1524. The church while Catholic based had many saints in glass cabinets along the walls. There is not a service but people go ...
... rest of the group for a small walking tour at 4:30. We made our way to the main square, Plaza 31 de Marzo, which is dominated by the Palacio Municipal and the cathedral. We went for an early dinner at TierrAdentro cafe. I had a Hawaiian pizza and Dylan steak and veggies. After dinner we had a look at the supermarket then got some chocolates from a chocolate shop then back to our room. Nathan joined Dylan for a drink and I looked at pictures. Off to bed at about ...
... m feeling a little motion sickness again. Luckily the bus ride is not long before we reach our first village - San Lorenzo Zinacantan. We were told that we are going to visit with a local Mayan family… umm not quite the homely affair that I was imagining. We walk through a living room and there is a shrine there with the grandpa sitting on a chair. We are ushered through to the store at the back. As if on cue. the grandma comes to the weave while the tour guide speaks in ...
... Filewtte salteado en mantequilla, ajo y chile guajillo accopmpanados de arroz y ensalada. Total cost was effectively just a few pesos under 200 / NZ$ 18.80 / US$ 15.25.
As it was Cody’s birthday we celebrated beforehand with a few drinks and his breaking of a pinata.