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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... traditional music being played on xylophones by old men, and two very beautiful Spanish churches. Like Merida each building and shop was coloured differently- they don't really do neon or electric signs so everything is painted in bright colours, adding a vibrancy to its already bustling atmosphere. All of the streets leading from the square were full of interesting shops and cafes and restaurants. A particular favourite of mine was a french bakery- I got this freshly baked and ...
... 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 ...
... got better. We arrived at the village of Chiapas de Corzo one hour later and took a boat to the canyon. The guide on the boat told us several stories about the canyon, for example, it was a scene of battles between the Spaniards and the indigenous people during the conquista. The canyon is also full of wildlife, we saw crocodiles, pelicans and monkeys. Unfortunately, the river is also full of garbage that people from the villages nearby throw into water... Our ...
... not so many candles were burning. Not as impressive but still different.
Off to see some local weaving and Cesar our guide explained more about this native or indigenous group.
Here the women have long hair, wear no make up nor nail polish, no public affection is shown and ...
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We took a little mirco bus up to the entrance were we then managed to get into an altercation with the driver over the price, that ended in us just paying up as he was threatening to call the police and despite us knowing he was in the wrong not us, it just wasn't a risk I was willing to take.
We did a self guided tour of Palenque, in the baking hot sun and too be honest we were so delighted we had made the effort to visit the site as ...
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