Camino Real Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... over so we could have a good look as there was no light pollution due to being literally in the middle of nowhere! I was less than impressed when we drove into Tuxtla, first impressions were not good, the city is a **** hole and I was confused as to why we were even visiting this place. I found a hotel on trip advisor that was $300 for the night but we couldn't find it even after driving in circles for 20 minutes and asking the locals, nobody knew where this place was! In the ...
... rain as he guided us through the woods, up and down steep rocky terrain, with our horses sinking into the thick mud. As soon as the horses approached flat grassy land they bolted and we held on for dear life as they galloped away. This continued for an hour until we reached the old village of Chulma. We met another Aussie couple who expressed similar concern for their lives so we rode back with them. As drenched, sore and fearful as we were, it ...
... put the meat in front of her with the tongs she politely took it from the tongs and chewed, although she was only small you could tell she could still rip us apart if she pleased, Bobbie also fed her and she didn't snatch the meat then either. Next we went to the big boys cage, this male Jaguar was huge, I was able to get incredibly close to him and look him in the eyes, it was a truly incredible moment, this animal has been my favorite animal since I can remember and I have a ...
After my posh hotel last night, I was back on the bus to San Cristobal de las Cassis - it had been recommended to me by a few people & is on the way to Cancun so to break up that journey I've stopped here for a few days. The bus was really spacious & the seats went really far back so I will definitely be able to sleep on the sleeper bus :). I was sat next to a little Mexican girl, who was very chatty & patient with my non Spanish lol! We drew ...
... made taco although not any of the other goodies which were bubbling away around the fire.
Of course the visit was capped off by some purchases of their wares and we then walked down to the centre of the community where everybody seemed to be congregating accompanied by music and fireworks. We were in luck - there was a FIESTA in full swing although it seemed to involve more hanging around than actually doing anything.